Suitable for researchers and graduate students in computer science,
electrical engineering, and applied mathematics, this book presents
a concise yet complete account of the most significant results in
interconnection network theory. The authors give a mathematical
classification and characterization of the key interconnection
functions of networks and establish their switching factor
complexities using combinatorial methods. The text leads readers
through the historical development, covering major contributions
from Shannon, Clos, Benes, Cantor, Pinsker, and Margulis. It also
explores recent results, such as quantum switching networks.
Chapman & Hall/CRC
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||15 June 2017
• Manish Kumar Shukla
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