DESIGN OF POWER AND AREA OF EFFICIENT APPROXIMATE MULTIPLIERS
Author(s):
S. JAYA SIMHA KUMAR, P. SANDHYA RANI
Keywords:
Introduction, Multipliers, Previous works, Proposed multiplier designs, Experimental results, Conclusion
Abstract
Energy consumption has become one of the most critical design challenges in integrated circuit design. Arithmetic computing circuits, in particular array-based arithmetic computing circuits such as adders, multipliers, squarer’s, have been widely used. Hence, reduction of energy consumption of array- based arithmetic computing circuits is an important design consideration. To this end, designing low-power arithmetic circuits by intelligently trading off processing precision for energy saving in error-resilient applications such as DSP, machine learning and neuromorphic circuits provides a promising solution to the energy dissipation challenge of such systems. To solve the chip’s energy problem, especially for those applications with inherent error resilience, array-based approximate Multipliers circuits (AAMC) circuits that produce errors while having improved energy efficiency have been proposed.
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Unique Paper ID: 157533

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 7

Page(s): 474 - 478
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