**Computer Arithmetic of Geometrical Figures: Algorithms and Hardware Design**

by Solomon I. Khmelnik

**Publisher**: MiC 2013**ISBN/ASIN**: B005CM1LWC**Number of pages**: 150

**Description**:

This book describes various versions of processors, designed for affine transformations of many-dimensional figures -- planar and spatial. The book is designed for students, engineers and developers, who intend to use the computer arithmetic of geometrical figures in their own research and development in the field of specialized processors.

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