Disjoint Paths Multi-stage Interconnection Networks Stability Problem

Ravi Rastogi, Nitin, Durg Singh Chauhan, Mahesh Chandra Govil

This research paper emphasizes that the Stable Matching problems are the same as the problems of stable configurations of Multi-stage Interconnection Networks (MIN). The authors have solved the Stability Problem of Existing Regular Gamma Multi-stage Interconnection Network (GMIN), 3-Disjoint Gamma Multi-stage Interconnection Network (3DGMIN) and 3-Disjoint Path Cyclic Gamma Multi-stage Interconnection Network (3DCGMIN) using the approaches and solutions provided by the Stable Matching Problem. Specifically Stable Marriage Problem is used as an example of Stable Matching. For MINs to prove Stable two existing algorithms are used:-the first algorithm generates the MINs Preferences List in time and second algorithm produces a set of most Optimal Pairs of the Switching Elements (SEs) (derived from the MINs Preferences List) in time. Moreover, the paper also solves the problem of Ties that occurs between the Optimal Pairs. The results are promising as the comparison of the MINs based on their stability shows that the ASEN, ABN, CLN, GMIN, 3DCGMIN are highly stable in comparison to HZTN, QTN, DGMIN. However, on comparing the irregular and regular MINs in totality upon their stability the regular MINs comes out to be more stable than the irregular MINs.

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