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Numbers and computers
Kneusel R., Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated, Cham, Switzerland, 2015. 231 pp. Type: Book (9783319172590)
When writing software, we need a full, detailed understanding of how computers work with numbers. Inadequate understanding can have dire consequences. In
Numbers and computers
, Kneusel mentions two egregious examples: the explos...
Feb 24 2016
Finite precision number systems and arithmetic
Kornerup P., Matula D., Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, 2010. 716 pp. Type: Book (9780521761352)
Every undergraduate computer engineering or computer science curriculum has at least one course in computer architecture that includes a section that explains how computers do arithmetic. At this introductory level, authors usually use...
Jun 10 2011
An approximate algorithm for the multiple constant multiplications problem
Aksoy L., Gunes E. Integrated circuits and system design (Proceedings of the Twentyfirst Annual Symposium on Integrated Circuits and System Design, Gramado, Brazil, Sep 14, 2008) 5863, 2008. Type: Proceedings
Efficient synthesis of register transfer level (RTL) arithmetic operations is critical for the performance of dataprocessing hardware. Multipliers are crucial among all such operators. Multiplication of a variable with a single intege...
Nov 19 2008
Improving SoC design quality through a reproducible design flow
Magarshack P. IEEE Design & Test of Computers 19(1): 7683, 2002. Type: Article
This paper discusses what is driving systemonachip (SOC) development, and analyzes the current design process for achieving the right design at the right time. The analysis includes not only the traditional registertransfer level (...
Jun 9 2004
Adders
Takagi N., Tago H., Baugh C., Muroga S. In
The VLSI handbook
. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, Inc., 2000. Type: Book Chapter
The authors present a review of the basic types of adder implementation, which provides various tradeoffs in speed, configuration, and area....
Jan 15 2003
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