On 30-set-09, at 13:24, Samuel Thibault wrote:
> Fawzi Mohamed, le Wed 30 Sep 2009 10:10:47 +0200, a écrit :
>> If you look at the example described in the document that I had
>> you see the that for a ring topology some level (that you always
>> get adding the
> Ah, right.
> Yes, we could also provide this as an additional structure.
>> For a the ring topology a-b-c-d-a is difficult to find a good
>> partition... and
>> having both partition and non partition views (one used for
>> resource allocation
>> /distribution, the other for resource finding/stealing), is quite
>> clean imho.
> Yes, heuristics would partition it into ((a,b),(c,d)), while
> non-partition could usefully provide all the related triplets. We can
> provide both.
that would be great, I am looking forward to it :)