
From:  Quentin Spencer 
Subject:  Re: FixedPoint toolbox for octaveforge 
Date:  Tue, 25 May 2004 13:11:50 0500 
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Quentin David Bateman wrote:
Dear All, I've just committed a fixedpoint toolbox for octave to octaveforge. The toolbox, creates numbers with a known number of bits before and after the decimal point and then allows arbitrary mathematical operations on them, taking into account the loss of precision at each stage. This simulates a real limited complexity implementation of an algorithm in an ASIC, and can be used to optimize the complexity (i.e number of bits at each stage, and thus number of logic cells) of an implementation.
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