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Hajder Mirosław, Loutskii Georgy
Topologie systemów skalowanych i sieci komputerowych
Topologies of Scale Systems and Computer Networks
Zeszyty Naukowe / Wyższa Szkoła Informatyki i Zarządzania, 1997, R. 1, nr 1, s. 95-108, Bibliogr. 9 poz.
Informatyka, Sieci komputerowe
Information science, Computer networks
Artykuł jest próbą uogólnienia oceny parametrów stosowanych topologii. Rozpatrzono różne warianty topologii: liniowe, pierścieniowe, kratowe, gwiaździste, hipersześcienne, pełne i in. Przeprowadzono również analizę porównawczą parametrów z klasycznymi wskaźnikami jakości sieci.

In this paper we try to generalise the estimation of parameters used in topology. These parameters should be used when estimating topology regardless of its purpose. In this work we consider different variants of topology: linear, toroidal, latticed, starshaped, hyper-cubical, solid and other. Such parameters as diameter, intersection, degree, connectivity, flows, life and cost are analytically defined. We present the aspects of using particular topologies in scale systems and computer networks, especially the importance of specific parameters in a functioning of a system. In the second part of this paper we present the complex methods of estimating a topology, taking into account the requirements of users based on many estimation criteria. The proposed methods allow for technological, cost and reliability parameters of a topology. In the paper, we define the values of complex parameters of the earlier discussed topologies. We conducted the comparative analysis of the above parameters together with the classic indicators of a network quality. Finally, we discuss the rules of choosing a topology for realising specific tasks. (original abstract)
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