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Reducing the Diameters of Computer Networks

By: Bokhari, S.H.; Raza, A.D.;

1986 / IEEE


This item was taken from the IEEE Periodical ' Reducing the Diameters of Computer Networks ' We discuss three methods of reducing the diameters of computer networks by adding additional processor to processor links under the constraint that no more than one I/O port be added to each processor. This is equivalent to adding edges to a given graph under the constraint that the degree of any node be increased, at most, by one.