We are in the pursuit of creating a very fast piece of code to calculate
(x*y)/(base-1) where x, y E {0..base}
In essence, x and y are n-base binary numbers representing a fuzzy number
between 0 and 1. Hence, the result should also be between 0 and 1...
We would like the above calculation done with only
AND, OR, XOR, NOT, SHIFT right and left
to make the calculations very fast.
Example:
x = 6 (110)
y = 4 (100)
base = 8
(x*y)/(base-1) = (6*4)/(7) = 3.xxx = 3 (011)
We would like a set of AND, OR, etc. to
110 and 100 -> 011
And we would like this for any base (8, 16, 24, etc.).
Of course, in 8 bit or better representation, this becomes more
interesting...:-)
I hope someone can help!
Thanks!
Thorbjoern
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