Selecting the Correct Mathematical Format to Achieve Design Precision
In today's connected world, electronics are greatly tied into our daily lives, challenging designers to maintain accuracy in their hardware designs when executing mathematical calculations. Some applications will require mathematical calculations such as floating point or integer math, however, both calculations force trade-offs in usability and cost. In this webinar you will learn about mathematical requirements for your targeted applications as well as new formats for use in hardware mathematics that can help you make clear design trade-offs and achieve design precision.
Attend this webinar to learn about:
- How floating point and fixed point hardware components can be used to solve complex design challenges
- How you can control accuracy in your design using the flexible floating point format
- How the DesignWare Foundation Cores Mathematical Library can be used in your design flow, supporting both hardware and software engineers
- What is new in the latest DesignWare Foundation Cores release that can help you achieve design precision
SoC designers, design managers, R&D teams
Kiran Kumar, Corporate Applications Engineer, Synopsys
Kiran Kumar, currently a Corporate Applications Engineer with Synopsys, supports DesignWare Library and Foundation Cores. With over 13 years of experience in the semiconductor industry, Kiran has worked at various organizations as an ASIC design and verification professional. He holds a Bachelor degree from Kuvempu University India in Electronics and Communication Engineering and a Master degree from Manipal University India in VLSI-CAD.