Router architecture evaluation for security network
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This paper presents and evaluates router architectures for security networks. Through extensive simulations, the DAMQWR and PD-CB router architecture is shown to best support true fully adaptive routing capability of deadlock recovery schemes while maximizing network performance (102 % higher throughput and 86 % lower network latency than other architectures). Therefore, this router architecture can build a more stable security network by providing a higher network performance.
KeywordsSecurity Network Router Crossbar Queue
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