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1 mith College Computer Science Fixed & Floating Point CSC231 Fall 2017 Week #15 Formats Dominique Thiébaut
2 Trick Question for ( double d = 0; d!= 0.3; d += 0.1 ) System.out.println( d );
3 We stopped here last time
4 Normalization (in decimal) y = (normal = standard form) y = x 10 2 y = x 10 11
5 Normalization (in binary) y = ( d) y = x 2 3 y = x 10 11
6 Normalization (in binary) y = decimal y = x 2 3
7 Normalization (in binary) y = decimal y = x 2 3 y = x binary
8 x sign mantissa exponent
9 But, remember, all* numbers have a leading 1, so, we can pack the bits even more efficiently! *really?
10 implied bit! x sign mantissa exponent
11 IEEE Format S Exponent (8) Mantissa (23) 24 bits stored in 23 bits!
12 y = y = y = bbbbbbbb
13 y = x bbbbbbbb Why not ?
14 How is the exponent coded?
15 bbbbbbbb bias of 127
16 bbbbbbbb
17 y = x * 2^3 Ah! 3 represented by 130 = =
18 Verification in IEEE FP
19 Exercises How is 1.0 coded as a 32bit floating point number? What about 0.5? 1.5? 1.5? what floatingpoint value is stored in the 32bit number below?
20 1.0 = = = = = =  (stored exp = 131 > real exp = 4) = x 2^4 = x 16 = 31
21 what about 0.1?
22 0.1 decimal, in 32bit precision, IEEE Format:
23 0.1 decimal, in 32bit precision, IEEE Format: Value in doubleprecision:
24 NEVER NEVER COMPARE FLOATS OR DOUBLEs FOR EQUALITY! NEVER!
25 for ( double d = 0; d!= 0.3; d += 0.1 ) System.out.println( d );
26 bbbbbbbb
27 Zero Why is it special? 0.0 =
28 bbbbbbbb {if mantissa is 0: number = 0.0
29 Very Small Numbers Smallest numbers have stored exponent of 0. In this case, the implied 1 is omitted, and the exponent is 126 (not 127!)
30 bbbbbbbb {if mantissa is 0: number = 0.0 if mantissa is!0: no hidden 1
31 Very Small Numbers Example: (2126 ) x ( ) binary + (2126 ) x ( ) =
32 bbbbbbbb?
33 Very large exponents stored exponent = if the mantissa is = 0 ==> +/
34 Very large exponents stored exponent = if the mantissa is = 0 ==> +/
35 Very large exponents stored exponent = if the mantissa is = 0 ==> +/ if the mantissa is!= 0 ==> NaN
36 Very large exponents stored exponent = if the mantissa is = 0 ==> +/ if the mantissa is!= 0 ==> NaN = NotaNumber
37 Very large exponents stored exponent = if the mantissa is = 0 ==> +/ if the mantissa is!= 0 ==> NaN
38 = = = NaN
39 Operations that create NaNs ( The divisions 0/0 and ± /± The multiplications 0 ± and ± 0 The additions + ( ), ( ) + and equivalent subtractions The square root of a negative number. The logarithm of a negative number The inverse sine or cosine of a number that is less than 1 or greater than +1
40 // import java.util.*; import static java.lang.double.nan; import static java.lang.double.positive_infinity; import static java.lang.double.negative_infinity; Generating NaNs public class GenerateNaN { public static void main(string args[]) { double[] allnans = { 0D / 0D, POSITIVE_INFINITY / POSITIVE_INFINITY, POSITIVE_INFINITY / NEGATIVE_INFINITY, NEGATIVE_INFINITY / POSITIVE_INFINITY, NEGATIVE_INFINITY / NEGATIVE_INFINITY, 0 * POSITIVE_INFINITY, 0 * NEGATIVE_INFINITY, Math.pow(1, POSITIVE_INFINITY), POSITIVE_INFINITY + NEGATIVE_INFINITY, NEGATIVE_INFINITY + POSITIVE_INFINITY, POSITIVE_INFINITY  POSITIVE_INFINITY, NEGATIVE_INFINITY  NEGATIVE_INFINITY, Math.sqrt(1), Math.log(1), Math.asin(2), Math.acos(+2), }; System.out.println(Arrays.toString(allNaNs)); System.out.println(NaN == NaN); System.out.println(Double.isNaN(NaN)); } } [NaN, NaN, NaN, NaN, NaN, NaN, NaN, NaN, NaN, NaN, NaN, NaN, NaN, NaN, NaN, NaN] false true
41 NaN is sticky!
42 Range of FloatingPoint Numbers
43 Range of FloatingPoint Numbers Remember that!
44 Resolution of a FloatingPoint Format Check out table here:
45
46 What does it have to do with Art?
47 Rosetta Landing on Comet 10year trajectory
48 We stopped here last time
49 Why not using 2 s Complement for the Exponent? = = = =
50 Exercises Does this converter support NaN, and? Are there several different representations of +? What is the largest float representable with the 32bit format? What is the smallest normalized float (i.e. a float which has an implied leading 1. bit)?
51 How do we add 2 FP numbers?
52 1.111 x x x x 2 8 after expansion x x x 2 8 locate largest number shift mantissa of smaller compute sum x 2 8 = x 2 8 round & truncate normalize = x 2 9
53 fp1 = s1 m1 e1 fp2 = s2 m2 e2 fp1 + fp2 =? denormalize both numbers (restore hidden 1) assume fp1 has largest exponent e1: make e2 equal to e1 and shift decimal point in m2 > m2 compute sum m1 + m2 truncate & round result renormalize result (after checking for special cases)
54 What are the "dangers" of adding 2 FP numbers?
55 Algorithm for adding a Series of FP numbers?
56 How do we Multiply 2 FP Numbers?
57 1.111 x 2 5 x x x 2 5 x x x = x 2 1 after expansion multiply mantissas normalize round & truncate = x 2 1 normalize = 14 add exponents =
58 fp1 = s1 m1 e1 fp2 = s2 m2 e2 fp1 x fp2 =? Test for multiplication by special numbers (0, NaN, ) denormalize both numbers (restore hidden 1) compute product of m1 x m2 compute sum e1 + e2 truncate & round m1 x m2 adjust e1+e2 and normalize.
59 How do we compare two FP numbers?
60 Check sign bits first, the compare as unsigned integers! No unpacking necessary!
61 Programming FP Operations in Assembly
62 Pentium EAX EBX ECX EDX ALU
63 EAX EBX ECX EDX ALU Cannot do FP computation
64
65
66 SP0 SP1 SP2 SP3 SP4 SP5 FLOATING POINT UNIT SP6 SP7
67 Operation: ( )/9.0 SP0 SP1 SP2 SP3 SP4 SP5 FLOATING POINT UNIT SP6 SP7
68 SP0 7 Operation: (7+10)/9 fpush 7 SP1 SP2 SP3 SP4 SP5 SP6 SP7 FLOATING POINT UNIT
69 SP0 SP Operation: (7+10)/9 fpush 7 fpush 10 SP2 SP3 SP4 SP5 SP6 SP7 FLOATING POINT UNIT
70 Operation: (7+10)/9 SP0 SP1 10 fpush 7 fpush 10 fadd SP2 7 SP3 SP4 SP5 FLOATING POINT UNIT SP6 SP7
71 SP0 SP1 17 Operation: (7+10)/9 fpush 7 fpush 10 fadd SP2 SP3 SP4 SP5 SP6 SP7 FLOATING POINT UNIT
72 SP0 SP1 SP Operation: (7+10)/9 fpush 7 fpush 10 fadd fpush 9 SP3 SP4 SP5 SP6 SP7 FLOATING POINT UNIT
73 Operation: (7+10)/9 SP0 fpush 7 SP1 SP fpush 10 fadd fpush 9 fdiv SP3 SP4 SP5 FLOATING POINT UNIT SP6 SP7
74 SP0 SP1 SP2 SP Operation: (7+10)/9 fpush 7 fpush 10 fadd fpush 9 fdiv SP4 SP5 SP6 SP7 FLOATING POINT UNIT
75 The Pentium computes FP expressions using RPN!
76 The Pentium computes FP expressions using RPN! Reverse Polish Notation
77 Nasm Example: z = x+y SECTION.data x dd 1.5 y dd 2.5 z dd 0 ; compute z = x + y SECTION.text fld fld fadd fstp dword [x] dword [y] dword [z]
78 Printing floats in C #include "stdio.h" int main() { float z = e10; printf( "z = %e\n\n", z ); return 0; }
79 Printing floats in C #include "stdio.h" int main() { float z = e10; printf( "z = %e\n\n", z ); return 0; } gcc o printfloat printfloat.c./printfloat z = e+10
80 More code examples here: CSC231_An_Introduction_to_Fixed_and_Floating Point_Numbers#Assembly_Language_Programs
81 THE END!
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