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Dec 26, 2008, 10:57:53 AM (10 years ago)
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cameron
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  • docs/ASPLOS09/asplos094-cameron.bib

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     155@article{Raman08,
     156author = "{R Raman and DS Wise}",
     157title = "Converting to and from Dilated Integers",
     158journal = "{IEEE Transactions on Computers}", pages = "567--573",
     159mon=apr, year=2008, volume="57", number="4"
     160}
     161
     162@inproceedings{Stocco95,
     163author = "{Leo Stocco, and Gunther Schrack}",
     164title = "Integer Dilation and Contraction for Quadtrees and Octrees",
     165booktitle = "{Proceedings of the IEEE Pacific Rim Conference on Communications, Computers, and Signal Processing}", pages = "426--428",
     166mon=May, year=1995, address="{Victoria, B.C.}"
     167}
  • docs/ASPLOS09/asplos094-cameron.tex

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    1140 \subsection{Pixel Packing}
    1141 
     1140\subsection{Further Applications}
     1141
     1142Further applications of inductive doubling can be
     1143found in integer contraction and dilation for quadtrees and
     1144octtrees\cite{Stocco95} and Morton-ordered arrays \cite{Raman08}.
    11421145Pixel packing from 32 bit fields into a 5:5:5 representation
    11431146is a further application of parallel bit deletion.
     
    13551358width for which this bit lies in the high $n/2$ bits.
    13561359In response to the half-operand modifier signal $h$,
    1357 this bit may receive a value from the corresponding field
    1358 of width 2, 16 or 64 whose address bit is 0, namely $r[40]$,
     1360bit $s[41]$ may receive a value from the corresponding high bit in the field
     1361of width 2, 16 or 64, namely $r[40]$,
    13591362$r[33]$ or $r[9]$.   Otherwise, this bit receives the value $r[41]$,
    13601363in the case of no half-operand modifier, or a low half-operand modifier
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