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Multiplication

- Complex
- Work out partial product for each digit
- Take care with place value (column)
- Add partial products

Multiplication Example (unsigned) (long hand)

- 1011 Multiplicand (11 dec)
- x 1101 Multiplier (13 dec)
- 1011 Partial products
- 00000 Note: if multiplier bit is 1 copy
- 101100 multiplicand (place value)
- 1011000 otherwise zero
- 10001111 Product (143 dec)
- Note: need double length result

Multiplying Negative Numbers

- This does not work!
- Solution 1
- Convert to positive if required
- Multiply as above
- If signs were different, negate answer
- Solution 2
- Booth’s algorithm

Example of Booth’s Algorithm

- 3*7
- First setup the columns and initial values.
- This case 3 is in Q and M is 7.
- But could put 7 in Q and M as 3

Example of Booth’s Algorithm

- First cycle: Now look at Q0 and Q-1
- With a 10, we Sub (A=A-M), then shift (always to the right)
- Second cycle: looking at Q0 and Q-1
- With a 11, we only shift.

Example of Booth’s Algorithm

- 2nd cycle Result
- Third cycle, Q0 and Q-1 have 01
- So we will Add (A=A+M), then shift

Example of Booth’s Algorithm

- 3nd cycle Result
- 4th cycle, Q0 and Q-1 have 00
- So we only shift

Example of Booth’s Algorithm

- 4nd cycle Result
- 5th cycle, Q0 and Q-1 have 00
- So we only shift

Example of Booth’s Algorithm

Result is A and Q so 0000010101 which is 21.

Note: The sign bit is the last bit in A.

Division

- More complex than multiplication
- Negative numbers are really bad!
- Based on long division

Division of Unsigned Binary Integers

Quotient

00001101

Divisor

1011

10010011

Dividend

1011

001110

Partial

Remainders

1011

001111

1011

Remainder

100

Signed Division

1. Load divisor into M and the dividend into A, Q registers. Dividend must be 2n-bit twos complement number

- 0111 (7) becomes 00000111
- 1001 (-7) becomes 11111001

2. Shift A, Q left 1 bit position

3. If M and A have the same signs, AA –M

else AA+M

4. Step 3 is successful if sign of A is the same as before step 3 and at the end of step 3

- if successful or (A=0 AND Q=0) then set Q01
- if unsuccessful and (A 0 OR Q0) then restore the previous value of A

5. Repeat steps 2 through 4 as many times as there are bit positions in Q.

6. The reminder is in A. If the signs are of Divisor and dividend were the same, the quotient is in Q, otherwise the correct quotient is the twos complement of Q.

Examples of division (signed)

(a) 7/3 (b) -7/3

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