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A New Approach for Exploring Numerical Accuracy

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Varying the precision used in computations trades the final error bounds in a design with the speed of solution and silicon area usage for individual operators. This talk will describe some basic background theory and an introduction into its use as a means to calculate error bounds and optimize the above trade off. It will then briefly discuss some initial approaches to examine how this method performs on basic test data.

This talk is part of the CAS FPGA Talks series.

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