Signed digit representation of numbers Public Deposited

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  • "A non-redundant number system has the digit set limited ranging from 0 to radix -1. While the Signed digit numbers have digit set consisting of more than radix r values. Hence it is also called redundant number system. Furthermore, the advantage of redundant number system lies in its application for fast addition. In this project work we have considered the XLU architecture which is based on signed digit number system. We have developed methods for rounding, normalization of XLU floating point numbers. The various rounding schemes like truncation, towards zero, towards Zero, towards + ∞ , towards - ∞ , towards nearest even and towards nearest odd are discussed in detail with relevant examples."--Conclusion
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