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Applications of distributed arithmetic to digital signal processing: a tutorial review

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S. A. White ; Rockwell Int., Anaheim, CA, USA

The history and fundamentals of distributed arithmetic (DA) are presented. Ways to increase the speed of DA multiplication are described. DA is applied to a biquadratic digital filter, providing an example of vector dot-product and vector-matrix-product mechanization. Applications to transformers and nonlinear and/or nonstationary processing with DA are discussed. It is seen that DA is a very efficient means to mechanize computations that are dominated by inner products.<>

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IEEE ASSP Magazine  (Volume:6 ,  Issue: 3 )