1. The simplest Arithmetic units execute binary addition and subtraction
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2. The prediction mechanism exploits the dependence of delay of Arithmetic units …
3. For Arithmetic units which have been designed or presented in prior work, this research improves upon the design in each metric
4. ‘The graphics processing unit is said to contain a shader core equipped with 48 Arithmetic units ‘that can execute 64 simultaneous
5. A new computer operation, the scalar product, is fundamental to the development of advanced computer arithmetic.This paper studies the design of Arithmetic units for advanced computer arithmetic
6. Multiple Arithmetic units Abstract: This paper describes the methods employed in the floating-point area of the System/360 Model 91 to exploit the existence of multiple execution units
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7. ‘The graphics processing unit is said to contain a shader core equipped with 48 Arithmetic units ‘that can execute 64 simultaneous threads on groups of 64 vertices or pixels’ - whether they work on vertices or pixels, depends on the workload, apparently.’
8. An Efficient Algorithm for Exploiting Multiple Arithmetic units Abstract: This paper describes the methods employed in the floating-point area of the System/360 Model 91 to exploit the existence of multiple execution units
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ARITHMETIC UNITS [ˈˌeriTHˈmedik ˈyo͞onət]
The arithmetic unit, also called the arithmetic logic unit (ALU), is a component of the central processing unit ( CPU ). It is often referred to as the "engine" of the CPU because it allows the computer to perform mathematical calculations, such as addition, subtraction, and multiplication.
An arithmetic logic unit (ALU) is a digital circuit used to perform arithmetic and logic operations. It represents the fundamental building block of the central processing unit (CPU) of a computer. Modern CPUs contain very powerful and complex ALUs.
An arithmetic-logic unit (ALU) is the part of a computer processor (CPU) that carries out arithmetic and logic operations on the operands in computer instruction words. In some processors, the ALU is divided into two units, an arithmetic unit (AU) and a logic unit (LU).
Functions of Arithmetic Logic Unit Arithmetic operation (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division) Logical operations (OR, AND, NOT, etc.) Decision making.