Redundant arithmetic, algorithms and implementations

  title={Redundant arithmetic, algorithms and implementations},
  author={Alejandro F. Gonz{\'a}lez and Pinaki Mazumder},
Performance in many very-large-scale-integrated (VLSI) systems such as digital signal processing (DSP) chips, is predominantly determined by the speed of arithmetic modules like adders and multipliers. Even though redundant arithmetic algorithms produce signi"cant improvements in performance through the elimination of carry propagation, e$cient circuit implementations of these algorithms have been traditionally di$cult to obtain. This work presents a survey of circuit implementations of… CONTINUE READING
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