Dynamically Reconfigurable Networks: Concept Evaluation Through Simulation

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TR-88-34
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1988
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Department of Computer Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University
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The dynamically reconfigurable hierarchical network offers decided advantages in reliability and survivability. The concept is evaluated strictly in terms of message transmission delays for demand scenarios that vary widely. A SIMULA 67 model provides the experimental basis for obtaining preliminary results that show the reductions in transmission delays to be significant and to increase with the size of the network.

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