R.J. Vlach

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Describes a set of three processor chips capable of performing 32 and 64 bit floating point add/subtract, multiply, and divide operations. The chips can perform over one million scalar floating point operations per second, and over four million vector operations per second. The set is implemented in a four micron CMOS-on-sapphire process. Each chip has(More)
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