# Protection mechanism for the N2R topological routing algorithm

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...The nodes are degree three, hence, if there are three neighbor elements failing at the same time, the node is isolated, and there is no need for three entries in the table....

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...To avoid forming two separated networks in the inner ring, q must fulfil gcd(p, q) = 1 (Greatest Common Divisor), also q is evaluated from 1 to p/2 [2]....

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...The solution proposed in this paper for a reliable topological routing is based on this algorithm....

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...In addition to the ongoing work on distances, a good amount of research in Aalborg was dealing with reliability in N2R networks, specifically on protection and restoration mechanisms [32] [33]....

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### "Protection mechanism for the N2R to..." refers methods in this paper

...Kleinberg’s Small-world models [2] or the Watts and Strogatz Ring Model [3] are examples of the extensive literature which prove the existence of topological routing algorithms....

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### "Protection mechanism for the N2R to..." refers background in this paper

...be considered This improvement will give a protection against failures which will make the topological routing more feasible over N2R structures [12]....

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...These structures, which are a subset of Petersen graphs [8], offer better properties than other degree 3 topologies such as Double Rings [9] or Degree Three Chordal Rings [10] and [11] in terms of average distances between any pair of nodes or diameters of the network....

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### "Protection mechanism for the N2R to..." refers methods in this paper

...Kleinberg's Small-world models [ 2 ] or the Watts and Strogatz Ring Model [3] are examples of the extensive literature which prove the existence of topological routing algorithms....

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