Booth In Action
• For each multiplier bit, also examine bit to its right
• • • • 00: 10: 11: 01: middle of a run of 0s, do nothing beginning of a run of 1s, subtract multiplicand middle of a run of 1s, do nothing end of a run of 1s, add multiplicand

Booth in Summary
• Performance/efficiency
+ Good for sequences of 3 or more 1s • Replaces 3 (or more) adds with 1 add and 1 subtract • Doesn’t matter for sequences of 2 1s • Replaces 2 adds with 1 add and 1 subtract (add = subtract) – Actually bad for singleton 1s • Replaces 1 add with 1 add and 1 subtract

• Bottom line
• Worst case multiplier (101010) requires N/2 adds + N/2 subs • What is the worst case multiplier for straight multiplication? • How is this better than normal multiplication?

...Ramya Yapala
VHDL IMPLEMENTAION USING SPIKE SORTING ALGORITHM
A THESIS SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MICRO ELECTRONICS
VHDLIMPLEMENTATIONUSING SPIKE SORTING ALGORITHM
A Thesis submitted to Newcastle University for the degree of MSc Micro Electronics
2011
Supervisor: Dr Graeme Chester
Student Name: Ramya Yapala
Student Number: 109230832...

...no: +91 7597872069
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“To constantly update my technical skills and use them to the best, in pursuit of professional and personal growth”.
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Pursuing M.Tech in VLSI Design, MITS Lakshmangarh, Rajasthan
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