A Suggestion for a Fast Multiplier

@article{Jacobsohn1964ASF,
  title={A Suggestion for a Fast Multiplier},
  author={D. H. Jacobsohn},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Electron. Comput.},
  year={1964},
  volume={13},
  pages={754}
}
will be less than Cnt+1(t+1)! but may be space into which the latter may be divided multiplier into twenty 2-bit segments. He (and usually will be) more than (t+2)!. by a maximum possible number of mutual then develops an adder tree to sum this set When t= 1 the maximum number of regions intersections of n t-flats. In general, q will be of twenty entries. He then shows that a tree will be dependent on both t and n. It is first shown of nineteen adders (I believe twenty are 

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