Digit-Pipelined Arnthmetic as Illustrated by the Paste-Up System: A Tutorial

@article{Irwin1987DigitPipelinedAA,
  title={Digit-Pipelined Arnthmetic as Illustrated by the Paste-Up System: A Tutorial},
  author={Mary Jane Irwin and Robert Michael Owens},
  journal={Computer},
  year={1987},
  volume={20},
  pages={61-73}
}
Data transmission in bit- or digit-serial fashion results in efficient communication both within and between VLSI chips. A comparison of the two methods requires only one communication wire per data item, but requires 2p cycles to transmit the data across that wire (where 2p is the precision in bits). Digit-serial transmission requires only O(log b) communication wires per data item, and only 2p/(log b) cycles to transmit the data (where b is the base). Limiting transmission between VLSI chips… CONTINUE READING

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