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Title Embedded systems design with special arithmetic and number systems / Amir Sabbagh Molahosseini, Leonel Seabra de Sousa, Chip-Hong Chang, editors.
Imprint Cham : Springer, 2017.
Edition First edition 2017.

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Subject Embedded computer systems -- Design.
Alt Name Molahosseini, Amir Sabbagh.
Seabra de Sousa, Leonel.
Chang, Chip-Hong.
Description 1 online resource
Edition First edition 2017.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Preface; Contents; Part I Unconventional Number Representations: Arithmetic Units and Processor Design; 1 Introduction to Residue Number System: Structure and Teaching Methodology; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 RNS Structure; 1.3 RNS Teaching Methodology; 1.3.1 Basic Concepts; 1.3.2 Modular Adders and Multipliers; 1.3.3 Forward Converter; 1.3.4 Reverse Converter; 1.3.5 Application: RNS-Based Embedded Systems Design; 1.3.6 Hard RNS Operations; 1.3.7 ASIC/FPGA Implementation; 1.4 Conclusion; References; 2 RNS-Based Embedded Processor Design; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Processor Architecture.
2.3 Instruction Set Architecture2.4 RNS Arithmetic Operations; 2.4.1 Binary-to-RNS Conversion; 2.4.2 Arithmetic Channels; 2.4.2.1 Modulo {2n-k}; 2.4.2.2 Modulo {2n+k}; 2.4.2.3 Proposed Arithmetic Structures; 2.4.3 RNS-to-Binary Conversion; 2.4.3.1 Proposed CRT Approach; 2.4.3.2 Proposed MRC Approach; 2.5 Control Units; 2.6 State-of-the-Art Analysis; 2.6.1 State of the Art; 2.6.2 Analysis Based on the Arithmetic Units; 2.7 Summary; References; 3 Non-Modular Operations of the Residue Number System: Functions for Computing; Nomenclature; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Non-Modular Operation in the RNS.
3.2.1 Mixed-Radix Conversion3.2.2 Chinese Remainder Theorem; 3.3 The 'Diagonal Function' of the RNS; 3.4 The 'Quotient Function' of the RNS; 3.5 Performance Analysis; 3.6 Conclusion; References; 4 Fault-Tolerant Computing in Redundant Residue Number System; 4.1 Motivations; 4.2 Background and Preliminaries; 4.2.1 Residue Number System; 4.2.2 Residue Arithmetic; 4.2.3 Residue-to-Binary Conversion; 4.3 Redundant Residue Number System; 4.4 Single Residue Digit Error Detectionand Correction Algorithms; 4.5 Multiple Residue Digit Error Detection and Correction Algorithms.
4.6 Applications of RRNS Codes in Error Detection and Correction4.7 Summary; References; 5 Decimal Floating Point Number System; 5.1 Need for Decimal Floating Point Formats; 5.2 Representation of Decimal Digits; 5.3 Decimal Addition; 5.3.1 Floating Point Addition; 5.3.2 Specific Designs; 5.4 Decimal Multiplication; 5.4.1 Floating Point Multiplication; 5.4.2 Specific Designs; 5.5 Decimal Fused Multiply Add (FMA); 5.5.1 Floating Point FMA; 5.5.2 Specific Designs; 5.6 Decimal Division; 5.6.1 Floating Point Division; 5.6.2 Specific Designs; 5.7 Decimal Square Root and Other Functions.
5.8 Verification5.9 Potential Embedded Systems Applications; 5.10 Conclusion; References; 6 Design and Evaluation of Booth-Encoded Multipliers in Redundant Binary Representation; 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 Booth Multiplier Design in Redundant Binary Representation; 6.2.1 Redundant Binary Arithmetic and Carry-Free Adding Rule; 6.2.2 Booth Algorithms in Redundant Binary Multiplier; 6.2.3 Redundant Binary Coding Interface Components; 6.2.4 Review of Existing RB Multipliers; 6.3 Architectural Exploration on Redundant Binary Booth Multipliers.
Summary This book introduces readers to alternative approaches to designing efficient embedded systems using unconventional number systems. The authors describe various systems that can be used for designing efficient embedded and application-specific processors, such as Residue Number System, Logarithmic Number System, Redundant Binary Number System Double-Base Number System, Decimal Floating Point Number System and Continuous Valued Number System. Readers will learn the strategies and trade-offs of using unconventional number systems in application-specific processors and be able to apply and design appropriate arithmetic operations from these number systems to boost the performance of digital systems." Serves as a single-source reference to designing embedded systems with unconventional number systems " Covers theory as well as implementation on application-specific processors " Explains mathematical concepts in a manner accessible to readers with diverse backgrounds.
ISBN 9783319497426 (electronic bk.)
3319497421 (electronic bk.)
3319497413
9783319497419
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-49742-6
OCLC # 978646060
Additional Format Print version: Embedded systems design with special arithmetic and number systems. 1ST ed. 2017. Cham : Springer, 2017 3319497413 9783319497419 (OCoLC)961004923