Various ways of floating point representation in memory, Computer Engineering

Describe the various ways of floating point representation in memory. What is the importance of normalizing the mantissa in this representation? Explain it by example(s)?

Posted Date: 3/12/2013 5:52:54 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Various ways of floating point representation in memory, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Various ways of floating point representation in memory, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Various ways of floating point representation in memory Discussions

Write discussion on Various ways of floating point representation in memory
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Edith & Associates is a modern law firm. They have an Internet Link that is an ADSL 8MB links from JJNET. The server they are to deploy will the main service giving  server and wil

Character and String Processing Instructions: String manipulation usually is done in memory. Possible instructions comprise COMPARE STRING, COMPARE CHARACTER, MOVE STRING and MOVE

Porcess of Identifying Input and Output Values First, recognize what data is going to be used as input to system, and what will be output from system. Input and output values

Q. What do you mean by Shared Memory? In shared memory scheme more focus is on controlling parallelism instead of data parallelism. In this model numerous processes run indepen

The method(s) of payment for online consumers are A) Electronic cash    (B) Credit/debit C) Electronic checks


The advantage of using a Database Management System The advantage of using a Database Management System for a data store is that databases have mechanisms for describing data,

Give example of Real time (transaction) processing Using this illustration of booking seats on a flight, below sequence of events would occur: -  Customer/travel agent conta

Q. What is Parallel Loop Construct? Parallel loop construct is a shortcut for specifying parallel construct comprising one loop construct and no other statements. The syntax of

Grid Computing means applying the resources of a lot of computers in a network simultaneously to a one problem for solving a scientific or a technical problem that needs a large nu