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Fault Tolerance of an Information Disseminating Scheme on a Processor Network
Kumiko KANAI Yoshihide IGARASHI Kinya MIURA
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Sciences
Publication Date: 1992/11/25
Print ISSN: 0916-8508
Type of Manuscript: PAPER
Category: Algorithms, Data Structures and Computational Complexity
broadcasting, graphs, networks, fault tolerance, information dissemination,
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We discuss fault tolerance of an information disseminating scheme, t-disseminate on a network with N processors, where each processor can send a message to t directions at each round. When N is a power of t+1 and at most tlogt+1N-1 (at most t) processors and/or edges have hailed, logt+1N+(f1)/t rounds (logt+1N+2 rounds) suffice for broadcasting information to all destinations from any source by t-disseminate. For a arbitrary N, logt+1N2f/t1 rounds (logt+1N+2 rounds) suffice for broadcasting information to all destinations from any source by t-disseminate if at most t(logt+1N1)/2 (at most t/2) processors and/or edges have failed.