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Code:mdsPackwood1991
Title:Systolic array for multiplication
Author:Roger Packwood
Date:Oct-1991
Type:model
Short description:Eden definitive systolic array for multiplication
EM Technologies:ttyeden, %eden
Keywords:simulation
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Previous locations:/dcs/rap/simul/tmp

This model comprises a systolic array constructed from definitions which can perform a type of
multiplication. It is based on an ELLA functional description of an architecture which can perform
multiplication, square root and division, which is included in the 'ella' directory. During
construction, Roger found that Eden's check for cyclic definitions was taking longer than the
computation and so the dcc() (for disable cyclicity checking) function was added to Eden so that
this could be disabled.

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README.xml 1000 07:45 PM Jan 19 2004 12:19 PM Jul 27 2017
Run.e 21 04:48 PM Jan 19 2004 12:19 PM Jul 27 2017
adder.e 788 09:11 AM Oct 16 1991 12:19 PM Jul 27 2017
driver.e 117 05:02 PM Jan 19 2004 12:19 PM Jul 27 2017
mds.e 8329 02:18 PM Oct 21 1991 12:19 PM Jul 27 2017
mds.safe 4777 12:57 PM Oct 21 1991 12:19 PM Jul 27 2017
mdsdefs.e 2983 12:56 PM Oct 24 1991 12:19 PM Jul 27 2017
mdsnet.e 11019 02:29 PM Oct 25 1991 12:19 PM Jul 27 2017
mdsnetsafe 11019 01:01 PM Oct 24 1991 12:19 PM Jul 27 2017
mdsnetsmall.e 6307 03:27 PM Oct 24 1991 12:19 PM Jul 27 2017
mdsnums.e 348 12:57 PM Oct 24 1991 12:19 PM Jul 27 2017
operate.e 2164 05:02 PM Jan 19 2004 12:19 PM Jul 27 2017
screenshot.gif 7444 05:26 PM Jan 19 2004 12:19 PM Jul 27 2017
ella/ 4096 04:54 PM Jan 19 2004 12:19 PM Jul 27 2017

empublic system initially created by Ashley Ward with assistance from Chris Roe and Meurig Beynon.