A Comparison of Floating Point and Logarithmic Number Systems on FPGAs

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A Comparison of Floating Point and Logarithmic Number Systems on FPGAs Michael Haselman Chair of the Supervisory Committee: Associate Professor Scott Hauck Electrical Engineering There have been many papers proposing the use of logarithmic numbers (LNS) as an alternative to floating point because of simpler multiplication, division and exponentiation… (More)

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@inproceedings{Haselman2005ACO, title={A Comparison of Floating Point and Logarithmic Number Systems on FPGAs}, author={Michael Haselman and Scott Hauck}, year={2005} }