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Title: A device for paired zeroing of numbers in a residue system
Authors: Kalmykov, I. A.
Калмыков, И. А.
Keywords: Physics;Computing system;High Speed;Time consumption;Telecommunication industry
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Institute of Physics Publishing
Citation: Selivanova, M.V., Tyncherov, K.T., Ikhsanova, F.A., Kalmykov, I.A., Olenev, A.A. A device for paired zeroing of numbers in a residue system // Journal of Physics: Conference Series. - 2019. - Volume 1333. - Issue 2. - Номер статьи 022017
Series/Report no.: Journal of Physics: Conference Series
Abstract: The paper studies the problem of developing a high-speed number correction device in computing systems operating in the basis of non-positional arithmetic in residual classes. The topicality of the problem is necessitated by the search of solutions allowing reducing the time for digital processing of signals in non-positional neuroprocessors. The device allows correcting errors with single and multiple control bases of the residue system. The work presents the structure of the unit that realizes the paired zeroing on numbers in the system of residual classes. It was demonstrated that the suggested solutions allow appreciably reducing the time consumption by digital processing of signals in neuroprocessors destined for operations of summation and multiplication
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