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Portable multimedia and Digital Signal Processing (DSP) systems, which typically require flexible processing ability, low power consumption, and short design cycle, have become increasingly popular over the past few years. Many multimedia and DSP applications are highly multiplication intensive so that the performance and power consumption of these systems are dominated by multipliers. The computation of the multipliers manipulates two input data to generate many partial products for subsequent addition operations, which in the CMOS circuit design requires many switching activities.
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