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Achieving Ultralow-Latency Optical Interconnection for High Performance Computing (HPC) Systems by Joint Allocation of Computation and Communication Resources

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We propose joint allocation of computation resource and optical transmission time slices to realize ultralow-latency optical interconnection in time-synchronized HPC systems. Results show that over 80% reduction in buffering time is achieved at high load.

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