multiplication of two 8bit number

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SHOBA MOHAN
SHOBA MOHAN on 3 Jun 2017
Commented: Walter Roberson on 2 Dec 2020
Hi, i want to compare the two multiplier output and count the no. of error output. The multiplier width is 8 bit.One is exact multiplier other one is approximate (inaccurate) multiplier. I created the function for approximate multiplier,under the name MULTIPLIER_APPROXIMATE, i checked its functionality, it works as designed. Next, i have to count the no. of error outputs out of (2^8 x 2^8) outputs. I wrote the matlab code which is given below, am not pretty sure whether it works fine. Can someone suggest is this written script is correct one? I am new to this MATLAB platform, am tried my level best. Thanks in advance.
a=0;
b=0;
i=0;
j=0;
num_correct=0;
num_wrong=0;
check=0;
for a=1:256
for b=1:256
[c]=MULTIPLIER_APPROIMATE(a,b);
end
end
for i=1:256
a=i;
for j=1:256
b=j;
check=a*b;
if c==check
num_correct = num_correct + 1;
else
num_wrong = num_wrong + 1;
%dis = e-check;
end
end
end

Answers (1)

Guillaume
Guillaume on 3 Jun 2017
Well, if you'd tested your code with the debugger you probably would have quickly seen that it does not work.
You have a first set of loop that does nothing but repeatedly overwrite c. At the end c will only contain the value of the last iteration. So your second set of loop after that is not going to do what you want.
I don't particularly understand why you decided to go with two sets of loops. Why can't you do your check at the exact same time you calculate c?
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Reetika Banerjee
Reetika Banerjee on 2 Dec 2020
can anyone tell how to precompute all possible multiplication of two 4 bit binary numbers?
Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 2 Dec 2020
[a, b] = ndgrid(0:15)
c = a.*b;
A = randi([0,15]);
B = randi([0,15]);
c(A+1,B+1); %lookup answer

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