Computer Arithmetic: Algorithms and Hardware Implementations

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Springer Science & Business Media, Sep 14, 2012 - Computers - 270 pages
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The subject of this book is the analysis and design of digital devices that implement computer arithmetic. The book's presentation of high-level detail, descriptions, formalisms and design principles means that it can support many research activities in this field, with an emphasis on bridging the gap between algorithm optimization and hardware implementation. The author provides a unified view linking the domains of digital design and arithmetic algorithms, based on original formalisms and hardware description languages.

A feature of the book is the large number of examples and the implementation details provided. While the author does not avoid high-level details, providing for example gate-level designs for all matrix/combinational arithmetic structures.

The book is suitable for researchers and students engaged with hardware design in computer science and engineering.

A feature of the book is the large number of examples and the implementation details provided. While the author does not avoid high-level details, providing for example gate-level designs for all matrix/combinational arithmetic structures.

The book is suitable for researchers and students engaged with hardware design in computer science and engineering.

 

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Contents

The Representation of Numbers in Computing Systems
1
Functional Analysis and Synthesis of Binary and Decimal Adding and Subtracting Devices
21
Functional Analysis and Synthesis of Binary Multiplication Devices
67
Functional Analysis and Synthesis of Binary Division Devices
143
Functional Analysis and Synthesis of Floating Point Arithmetic Devices
195
Hardware Description Elements
247
Control Units Synthesis Elements
251
References
264
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Prof. Vladutiu has been a professor at the Computer Engineering Department of the “Politehnica” University of Timisoara since 1990. He is founder and director of the ACSA Lab, as well as of the Department of Continuing Education, created at the “Politehnica” University of Timisoara in 1998. His main research interests are computer architectures, computer arithmetic, computer reliability and testing, quantum computing, and bio-inspired computing systems.tor for CONTI conferences organized by the “Politehnica” University of Timisoara.

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