### Table 2. Implementation results for arithmetic modules

"... In PAGE 5: ...3. Implementation Results Table2 shows the implementation results of the modules for Xilinx XC4000E and XC4000XL chips. The given precision refers to the precision of a non-redundant representation of the operands.... ..."

### Table 5: Synthesis results for the arithmetic library modules.

1991

"... In PAGE 23: ... Tradeoffs can be performed on this multiplier just as with other designs. Table5 gives the statistics on the area and delay costs for arithmetic library modules. Note that a 32-bit multiplier taking two 16-bit operands is significantly larger in area than a 16-bit adder.... ..."

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### Table 7: Prede ned Arithmetical and Relational Operators of the Module MVI ARI In addition to these operators, the module MVI ARI provides the following gener- ically named standard operators, functions, and procedures intval, inf, sup, diam, mid, blow, transp, null, id, read, and write. The function intval is used to generate interval vectors and matrices, whereas inf and sup are selection functions for the in mum and supremum of an interval object. The diameter and the midpoint of interval vectors and matrices can be computed by diam and mid, blow yields an interval in ation, and transp delivers the transpose of a matrix.

1993

"... In PAGE 19: ...4. As an example, Table7 exhibits the operators provided by the module for interval... ..."

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### Table 1: Module Library Utilized

"... In PAGE 3: ...Table 2: Run Times for EWF Benchmark (sec.) utilizing the EWF benchmark and the module li- brary found in Table1 are presented in Table 2. Al- though a relatively small behavioral description (34 arithmetic operations), the EWF does indicate the success that our methodology has relative to com- mercial ILP solvers.... ..."

### Table 2. Various macro functions configured from the proposed logic module.

"... In PAGE 4: ... Especially, this module can im- plement arithmetic functions such as one-bit adder or two-bit comparator in one logic mod- ule. Table2 shows the input pattern to imple-... In PAGE 5: ...or a flip-flop, the outputs are connected back to the input ports as shown in Table2 . Since each logic cell can be configured to one-bit full adder or registers, the maximum potential ca- pacity of arithmetic functions and registers are enhanced for datapath designs.... ..."

### Table 4.5 lists each of the lessons in this module and briefly describes the content of each lesson. The right column of the table indicates any interactive components that are embedded in the lesson. All of the interactive components in this module are Flash animations that illustrate techniques for using binary numbers. These components are divided into three sections: conversion, binary arithmetic, and complements. Each animation is divided into logical scenes that correspond to the steps of the mathematical problem being illustrated. Students can choose to repeat a scene or continue to the next scene using the controls that

### Table 9. MMX implementation speed performance improvements for each module.

2000

"... In PAGE 17: ... C. Speed Performance Improvements of MMX optimizations The MMX performance improvement of each video coding module implementation is presented in Table9 . In the table, the integer pixel ME module includes the SAD computations and memory copy functions.... In PAGE 17: ... The simulations are performed on a Pentium 200 MHz computer with MMX support. The number of data elements that are processed simultaneously in one MMX register (N) is also given in Table9 . There is no compression performance degradation going from the C implementation to an MMX implementation unless conversion from floating point arithmetic to fixed point arithmetic is required.... In PAGE 28: ... The speed improvements achieved in each module by using the platform independent techniques.30 Table9 .... ..."

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### Table 5: Prede ned Arithmetic and Relational Operators of the Mod- ule MVI ARI In addition to these operators, the module MVI ARI provides the following generically named standard operators, functions, and procedures: intval, inf, sup, diam, mid, blow, transp, null, id, read, and write. The function intval is used to generate interval vectors and matrices, whereas inf and sup are selection functions for the in mum and supremum of an interval object. The diameter and the midpoint of interval vectors and matrices can be computed by diam and mid, blow yields an interval in ation, and transp delivers the transpose of a matrix.

"... In PAGE 20: ...4. As an example, Table5 exhibits the operators provided by the module for interval... ..."

### Table 1: Energy consumption of instructions (left) and external modules (right).

"... In PAGE 4: ... 3.3 Measurement Results Table1 summarizes our ndings from running these mi- crobenchmarks. We found that arithmetic/logic operations consumed about the same amount of energy as noops, while loads and stores were only slightly more expensive per cycle.... ..."