DOI: 10.1109/date.2003.1253769
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Abstract: A modern special-purpose processor (e.g., for image and graphical applications) usually contains a set of instructions supporting complex multiply-operations. These instructions perform a variety of multiply-operations with various data bitwidths and concurrent-execution requirements. For instance, such an instruction set may include instructions to perform signed/unsigned 32X32, signed/unsigned dual 16X16, signed/unsigned 8X8 MAC, and etc. Typically, a co-processor or a complex MAC (Multiplier-ACcumulator) u…

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