Binary stochastic implementation of digital logic

  title={Binary stochastic implementation of digital logic},
  author={Yanzi Zhu and Peiran Suo and Kia Bazargan},
Stochastic computing refers to a mode of computation in which numbers are treated as probabilities implemented as 0/1 bit streams, which essentially is a unary encoding scheme. Previous work has shown significant reduction in area and increase in fault tolerance for low to medium resolution values (6-10 bits). However, this comes at very high latency cost. We propose a novel hybrid approach combining traditional binary with unary stochastic encoding, called binary stochastic. Similar to the… CONTINUE READING


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