Search Box

Monday, May 30, 2016

Louisiana Tech University: Many-Valued Logic Runs Faster Than Binary

Computer Scientist to Present Groundbreaking Research 

Louisiana Tech University via | May 25, 2016

Dr. Ben Choi, associate professor of computer science at Louisiana Tech University, will present his research on a groundbreaking new technology that has the potential to revolutionize the computing industry during a keynote speech next month at the International Conference on Measurement Instrumentation and Electronics.
Choi will present on a foundational architecture for designing and building computers, which will utilize multiple values rather than binary as used by current computers. The many-valued logic computers should provide faster computation by increasing the speed of processing for microprocessors and the speed of data transfer between the processors and the memory as well as increasing the capacity of the memory.
This technology has the potential to redefine the computing industry, which is constantly trying to increase the speed of computation and, in recent years, has run short of options.


<more at; related articles and links: (Advancing from two to four valued logic circuits. Ben Choi. Published in 2013 IEEE Conference On Industrial Technology (ICIT), 1057-1062. 10.1109/ICIT.2013.6505818. [Abstract: To further increase the speed of computation, this paper proposed to increase from binary to four-valued logic circuits. Four-valued logic circuits allow each wire to carry two bits at a time, each logic gate to operate two bits at a time, and each memory cell to record two bits at a time. The speed of communication between devices is also increased due to the increase in bandwidth of each wire. To make the base-four computations possible, this paper described the design and implementation of four-valued logic gates, memory cells, and flip-flops. To allow for future developments, the design of the memory cell and the flip-flop provided in this paper can be extended to be used for infinite-valued or Fuzzy logic circuits, for fully exploiting many-valued logics and fuzzy paradigms in hardware.]) and (Multi-Valued Logic Circuit Design and Implementation. Ben Choi and Kankana Shukla. International Journal of Electronics and Electrical Engineering, Vol. 3, No. 4, August 2015. [Abstract: To further increase the speed of computation, this paper aims to design and implement digital circuits entirely within the domain of multi-valued logic. In a fourvalued logic circuit, each wire carries two bits at a time, each logic gate operates two bits at once, and each memory cell records two bits at one time. To make the multi-valued computation possible, this paper describes a simple fourstep process for designing multi-valued circuits to implement any multi-valued functions. The design of a fourvalued adder is provided as an example. This paper also contributes new designs for multi-valued memory and flipflops, which can be extended to be used for infinite-valued or Fuzzy logic circuits, for fully exploiting many-valued logic and fuzzy paradigm in hardware. The multi-valued circuit design methodology and the multi-valued memory provide the necessary and sufficient tools and components for designing multi-valued systems entirely within the domain of multi-valued logic.])>

No comments:

Post a Comment