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Help is needed to get copy of O. L. MacSorley, "High-speed arthmetic in binary computers"

 
 
Weng Tianxiang
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      04-12-2005
Hi,
I appreciate if you can help me get the copy of the following
paper:


O. L. MacSorley, "High-speed arthmetic in binary computers"
Proceedings of the IRE, vol. 49, pp. 67-91, Jan. 1961.

It is about 'Modified Booth Multiplication Algorithm'.

Thank you.


Weng

 
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Ralf Hildebrandt
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      04-12-2005
Weng Tianxiang wrote:


> I appreciate if you can help me get the copy of the following
> paper:


If your local library cannot provide this paper, ask yourself if you
really need it. If you only want to understand something like a
Booth/MacSorley Multiplier, try to find some papers or tutorials about
it. Even if you don't find a step-by-step tutorial it is possible to
reengineer the idea from a paper, that touches this topic.

Ralf
 
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Weng Tianxiang
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      04-13-2005
Rlaf,
I have two latest prestigious books on arithmetic, one from professors
of Stanford Uni. and another from professors of UCLA and more than 10
papers on 'Modified Booth Algorithm' implementations.

All of them treats 'Modified Booth Algorithm' as a given thing and none
of them gives why. The paper has 24 pages in length. That is the reason
I am trying to find a copy of it and read its original paper.

Thank you for your response.

Weng

 
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Pete Fraser
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      04-13-2005
"Weng Tianxiang" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> All of them treats 'Modified Booth Algorithm' as a given thing and none
> of them gives why. The paper has 24 pages in length. That is the reason
> I am trying to find a copy of it and read its original paper.
>
> Thank you for your response.
>


I did a quick Google search, and found thar the paper was re-printed in
Swartzlander Vol 1.

Swartzlander, E. E., Jr. 1990. Computer Arithmetic. Los Alamitos, CA:

IEEE Computer Society Press, vols. 1 and 2. ISBN 0818689315 (vol. 1).

QA76.6.C633. Volume 1 is a reprint (originally published: Stroudsberg,

PA: Dowden, Hutchinson & Ross). Volume 2 is a sequel.

Contains reprints of many of the early (1960-1970) journal articles on

adder and multiplier architectures.



Worth checking?


 
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bybell@rocketmail.com
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      04-13-2005
Pete Fraser wrote:

> I did a quick Google search, and found thar the paper was re-printed

in
> Swartzlander Vol 1.


I wonder if that's only available in dead tree...IEEExplore doesn't
have it listed.

http://isiwebofknowledge.com/ has the original document in question,
but that's a pay service. I have no idea how much one can do with a
"trial access" account.

So there it is.

-t

 
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Weng Tianxiang
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      04-13-2005
Pete, thank you for your response.

I finally found the paper through a CS PhD candidate in UCLA. He may
find the journal and told me to mail the copy to my home.

Weng

 
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