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Improved 64-bit Radix-16 Booth Multiplier Based on Partial Product Array Height Reduction - 2017
In this paper, we have a tendency to describe an optimization for binary radix-16 (changed) Booth recoded multipliers to scale back the utmost height of the partial product columns to [n/four] for n = 64-bit unsigned operands. This is often in distinction to the standard most height of [(n + 1)/4]. So, a reduction of 1 unit in the most height is achieved. This reduction might add flexibility throughout the design of the pipelined multiplier to meet the look goals, it could allow more optimizations of the partial product array reduction stage in terms of space/delay/power and/or might allow extra addends to be included in the partial product array while not increasing the delay. The methodology will be extended to Booth recoded radix-8 multipliers, signed multipliers, combined signed/unsigned multipliers, and other values of n.
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