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ON PROGRAMMING OF ARITHMETIC OPERATIONS A. P. ERSHOV Doklady, AN USSR, vol. 118, No. 3, 1958, pp. 427-430 Translated by Morris D. ... Programming algorithms of arithmetic operations (AO) consist of three parts. The first part Al successively generates the commands of the AO program. ...doi:10.1145/368892.368907 fatcat:pjtpis6z2zhwdjxpovn4f63doe
We propose a new machine model in which load operations can be performed in parallel with arithmetic operations by two separate functional units. ... If the arithmetic operations have at most two arguments, the com.plexity goes down to O(nlogn). ... We would like to thank Jeff Jaffe for numerous suggestions that improved (and sometimes corrected) the presentation of our results. ...doi:10.1145/318593.318662 dblp:conf/popl/BernsteinPR85 fatcat:zyksyk577zflhkwva556smstsy
This paper is focused on two types of arithmetic operations on interval valued intuitionistic fuzzy numbers (IVIFNs) to solve the interval valued intuitionistic fuzzy multi-objective linear programming ... range of IFNs unstable from the most pessimistic evaluation to the most optimistic one. ... Based on MATLAB simulations, extended modified interval arithmetic operations are better than extended interval arithmetic operations. ...doi:10.1515/amcs-2017-0040 fatcat:rx7i2dbaefgtjhqbochi3vv2nu
Proceedings of the 2002 Congress on Evolutionary Computation. CEC'02 (Cat. No.02TH8600)
This paper introduces the smooth operators for arithmetic expressions as an approach to smoothening the search space in Genetic Programming (GP). ... Smooth operator GP interpolates between arithmetic operators such as * and /, thereby allowing a gradual adaptation to the problem. ... Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank Bogdan Filipič (Dept. of Intelligent Systems, Jošef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia) for valuable comments and discussion. ...doi:10.1109/cec.2002.1004443 fatcat:twoeigqapvctjklic6ldlry3sy
0 and a set of special values called NaNs (Not-a-Number). Arithmetic operations include operations on numeric, non-numeric or mixed operands in four rounding modes. ... Since there is no meaning of the arithmetic operations on intervals involving NaNs their implementation is up to the implementor's option. ... 0 and a set of special values called NaNs (Not-a-Number). Arithmetic operations include operations on numeric, non-numeric or mixed operands in four rounding modes. ...doi:10.1007/bf02425919 fatcat:7k2wpjpyizhcdghwhs3mjdbble
Introduction to Assembly Language Programming
Multiword Arithmetic • Arithmetic operations (add, sub, mul, and div) work on 8-, 16-, or 32-bit operands • Arithmetic on larger operands require multiword arithmetic software routines • Addition/subtraction ... * This two instruction sequence is better than initializing CX to zero and executing • Carry Flag * Records the fact that the result of an arithmetic operation on unsigned numbers is out of range * The ... one bit position -P := P+B » else -left shift P:A by one bit position -P := P−B ...doi:10.1007/978-1-4757-2858-3_6 fatcat:r5kmxcfamneofeszo6yzgtvfv4
types of limiting program semantics. ... These three kinds of program semantics are based on domains that are similar to those commonly used in denotational semantics, but are continuous rather than algebraic, a slightly weaker property. ... By [ 121, Lemma 2.2 and Theorems 4.4 and 5.3, the order on operations and the order on arithmetics both induce c.b.c. domains, the Scott topology of the order on operations being the topology of pointwise ...doi:10.1016/s0304-3975(96)00050-3 fatcat:4z6kcdxmgrgwphxr6jnga45aay
Its most important features are: (i) accurate floating-point arithmetic for real, complex, and interval numbers, vectors, and matrices, with controlled rounding if desired; (ii) the convenience of operator ... notation for numerical data types and the ability to accept user-defined operators for nonstandard data types to make programs easier to write, read, and document; and (iii) compatibility with ordinary ... Corliss for reading the manuscript carefully, and a large number of valuable suggestions. Example (20) was provided by Professor Dr Ulrich Kulisch. Sponsored by the U.S. Army under Contract No. ...doi:10.1016/0898-1221(87)90181-7 fatcat:5kaukwfwybalho2o27zqi6mwei
We describe infinitely scalable pipeline machines with perfect parallelism, in the sense that every instruction of an inline program is executed, on successive data, on every clock tick. ... Our pipeline machines exploit the totality of transreal arithmetic and the known waiting time of statically compiled programs to deliver the interesting property that they need no hardware or software ... The class of pipeline machines we consider, above, operate on programs for which the waiting time to completion is known. In this case no software exception handling is needed. ...doi:10.1016/j.procs.2015.05.408 fatcat:p23366xt3rfgxj2ddnq7eggifq
[On the transformation of general programs into convergent programs] Z. Angew. Math. Mech. 6@ (1980), no. 7, T282—T283. ... In this way all operations can be composed of the basic operations +,-,+*,/, and scalar products. All of these operations have to be computed with only one single rounding error. ...
; (ii) to enable the use of both double and quadruple precision arithmetic at the same time; (iii) to be independent of any hardware and operating systems. ... Hence, we designed the quadruple precision arithmetic environment QuPAT on Scilab to satisfy the following requirements: (i) to enable programs to be written simply using quadruple precision arithmetic ... In addition, we were able to use all of double, quadruple and mixed precision arithmetic in the same program with the same operators (+, −, * , /). ...doi:10.1016/j.jocs.2011.05.001 fatcat:s6ff5kwfbzeazhjr6fodv4fdce
The Arithmetic Teacher
The program is in its second year of operation at Sierra School, and it was adopted on a district-wide basis at the beginning of the current school year. ... Arithmetic Program: I. ...
An example of logic functions, PID controller and mixed arithmetic and logic programming examples are considered. ... Synthesis and Implementation of Reconfigurable PLC on FPGA Platform The paper presents a set of algorithms dedicated for synthesis of reconfigurable logic controllers implemented on FPGA platform and programmed ... This method of mapping executes/assigns one arithmetic operation into the calculation cycle. ...doi:10.2478/v10177-012-0012-8 fatcat:xrkjmmmwxjaynithlqqcekzfnq
This present program provides only the four common arithmetical operators, as these are, by far, the ones most needed. ... On program line CAL + 1,^CO UNTER is a global variable used to count the number of accesses to this program; it is updated (the count is indexed by 1) on calling the program. ...doi:10.1155/s1463924685000086 pmid:18925066 pmcid:PMC2547597 fatcat:2scy6apkw5f7zoevjm3igj2b74
To reduce the burden of implementing algorithm directly on the FPGA, applications requiring multiple-length arithmetic operations are written in a C-like language and translated into a machine program. ... The main contribution of this work is to present a flexible-lengtharithmetic processor based on FDFM (Few DSP slices and Few Memory blocks) approach that supports arithmetic operations on multiple-length ... require multiple-length-arithmetic operations to be executed on FP-GAs devices. ...doi:10.1587/transinf.2016pap0029 fatcat:swvoab4pxjejply5xy5zwoe5ou
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