By Susumu Hayashi, Ryosuke Sumitomo (auth.), Jieh Hsiang, Atsushi Ohori (eds.)
This booklet constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the 4th Asian Computing technology convention, ASIAN'98, held in Manila, The Philippines, in December 1998.
The 17 revised complete papers offered have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from a complete of forty three submissions. additionally incorporated are a couple of invited contributions. one of the subject matters lined are automatic deduction, evidence thought, rewriting structures, software semantics, dispensed processing, algorithms, and graph-theoretical features.
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1 SRT Divider Circuit A radix 4 SRT divider circuit based on the above quotient digit selection table is described in Figure 3. The registers divisor, remainder in the circuit hold the value of the divisor and the successive partial remainders respectively. The register q holds the selected quotient digit along with its sign; the registers QPOS and QNEG hold the positive and negative quotient digits of the quotient. A multiplexor MUX is used to generate the correct multiple of the divisor based on the selected quotient digit by appropriately shifting the divisor.
We introduce the notion of a sparse table in the next section following the terminology from matrix algebra. g. dm) can be exploited to identify common structure among different cases. 1 Sparse Tables Definition 1 A table t is sparse iff there is at least one table entry t(i1 , · · · , in ) such that the number of index tuples with that entry is at least ≥ |t|/2, where |t| is the size of t. In a sparse table, thus, the majority of the entries have the same value. This entry value is called the most frequent entry value.
This approach allows tables to be handled directly without having to resort to any abstraction mechanism. For efficiently processing large tables, concepts of a sparse and weakly sparse tables are introduced based on how frequently particular values appear as table entries. Sparsity in the tables is exploited in correctness proofs by doing case analyses on the table entries rather on the indices. The generated cases are used to deduce constraints on the table indices. Additional domain information about table indices can then be used to further simplify constraints on indices and check them.
Advances in Computing Science ASIAN 98: 4th Asian Computing Science Conference Manila, The Philippines, December 8–10, 1998 Proceedings by Susumu Hayashi, Ryosuke Sumitomo (auth.), Jieh Hsiang, Atsushi Ohori (eds.)