Variable Precision Floating-Point Divide and Square Root for Efficient FPGA Implementation of Image and Signal Processing Algorithms

@inproceedings{Wang2007VariablePF,
  title={Variable Precision Floating-Point Divide and Square Root for Efficient FPGA Implementation of Image and Signal Processing Algorithms},
  author={Xiaojun Wang},
  year={2007}
}
Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) are frequently used to accelerate signal and image processing algorithms due to their flexibility, relatively low cost, high performance and fast time to market. For those applications where the data has large dynamic range, floating-point arithmetic is desirable due to the inherent limitations of fixed-point arithmetic. Moreover, optimal reconfigurable hardware implementations may require the use of arbitrary floating-point formats that do not necessarily… CONTINUE READING

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