Computer Arithmetic, Volume 1
Earl E. Swartzlander
Dowden, Hutchinson & Ross, 1980 - Computer arithmetic - 378 pages
Addition and subtraction; Multiplication; Division; Logarithms; Elementary functions; Floating point arithmetic.
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addition algorithm approximation arithmetic unit array basic binary logarithms binary number binary point bit position carry propagation carry-save adders circuit column convergence CORDIC cycle decoding delay described dividend division methods divisor Electron Equation error evaluation example execution factor floating-point fraction full adders function gates hardware high-order IEEE IEEE Trans implementation initial integer iteration least significant bit logarithm logic low-order mantissa matrix maximum multi multiplicand negative normalized number of bits number of inputs number system obtained operands output paper parallel counters parallel multipliers partial algorithm partial product partial remainder performed polynomial quasi-serial quotient digit radix radix point range read-only memory reciprocal reduced result ripple-carry adder rotation rows scheme sequence shift shown in Fig signal speed square root stage step string subtraction summands Table technique tion two's complement vector word length xxxx xxxx xxxx zero