Terminal Reliability and Performance estimation of Torus Networks in presence of faults

This project determines the terminal reliability of Torus Networks through simulation. Performance degradation in presence of faults is also evaluated in terms of increase in average distance of the network. Average distance of network is defined as the average shortest path length from a node to any other nodes of the network.
More information on Torus networks and their characteristics can be found at Cost-Performance Trade-offs in Manhattan Street Network Versus 2-D Torus. The paper is a part of IEEE Transactions on computers, vol. 43, no. 2, February 1994

Instructions to operate this simulator can be found here.