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    Title: Fault diameter of hypercubes with hybrid node and link faults
    Authors: Kung, Tzu-Liang;Lin, Cheng-Kuan;Liang, Tyne;Hsu, Li-Yen;Tan, Jimmy J.M.
    Contributors: Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering
    Keywords: Fault tolerance;Geometry;Interconnection networks;Conditional fault;Diameter;Fault diameter;Fault-free nodes;Hyper-cubes;Hypercube
    Date: 2009
    Issue Date: 2010-04-07 21:27:20 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Asia University
    Abstract: In this paper we study the fault diameter of the n-dimensional hypercube (or n-cube for short), Q<inf>n</inf>, for n ≥ 3. Let F be a set of hybrid node-faults and/or link-faults in Q<inf>n</inf> such that every node of Q<inf>n</inf> is still connected to at least one fault-free node by a fault-free link. Then we compute the exact diameter of Q<inf>n</inf> - F for/F/&le 2n - 3. As an immediate consequence, our result improves upon those presented by S. Latifi (1993), in which only node-faults were addressed. © 2009 World Scientific Publishing Company.
    Relation: Journal of Interconnection Networks 10(3) :233-242
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