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Networks of Machines for Distributed Recursive Computations

Martin, Alain J. and Van de Snepscheut, Jan L. A. (1984) Networks of Machines for Distributed Recursive Computations. California Institute of Technology . (Unpublished)

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Distributed computations may be viewed as a set of communicating processes. If such a computation is to be executed by a multi-processor system, the processes have to be distributed over the processors and the communications have to be distributed over a network. This leads to the questions of load balancing and message routing. In this paper we consider distributed recursive computations and we propose a class of processor networks that admits a homogeneous dist ribution of processes and trivial routing. Furthermore, we identify a subclass that admits a planar embedding of the network.

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