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INTEGER. Whole, untouched. Res integra means a question which is new and undecided. 2 Kent, Com. 177.

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Madhusudhan, "FPGA implementation of low-area floating point multiplier using Vedic mathematics," IJ of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering, 2013.
FLOATING POINT REPRESENTATION MODEL Synthesizable model of the floating point representation comes from hand-written division.
discuss about IEEE754 (2008) standard single precision floating point representation and is adopted in this paper as whole.
In IEEE 754 format, the single precision floating point number can be expressed as,
We have studied a divide-and conquer algorithm together with floating point numbers transform for finding the inverse of ill-conditioned matrix A, our method, based on reducing the matrix into a lower triangular matrix, partitioning it into n / 2 x n / 2 sub-matrices, the inverse of the matrix is reduced in computing the inverse of sub-matrices.
This fact is established only by careful analysis, and variable-precision floating point cannot be blamed for being ignorant of it.
According to Sony, "Cell provides a 'breakthrough' solution by adopting flexible parallel and distributed computing architecture consisting of independent, multi-core floating point processors for rich media processing.
The Wildcat Realizm VSU receives graphics commands at full bandwidth from a 16-lane PCI Express interface and processes vertices with an incredible 67 billion floating point operations per second in a powerful SIMD (Single Instruction Multiple Data) array of highly optimized vector processors.
Floating point and fixed-point DSPs excel in different applications.
It is based' on a PowerPC processor with floating point unit.
The system to be installed is an SX-6/192M24 (maximum vector performance: 1.5TFLOPS - 1.5 trillion floating point operations per second, main memory capacity: 1.5TByte).