CORDIC ALGORITHM
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 Vladimir Baykov Active In SP Posts: 2 Joined: Jul 2010 20-07-2010, 01:30 PM Now one can read full text of my book about CORDIC published in 1972: baykov.de/CORDIC1972.htm umup.narod.ru/1115.zip And also: baykov.de/CORDIC1985.htm web.archiveweb/19990421185918/devil.ece.utexas.edu/baykov/baykov3.html Vladimir Baykov
 Vladimir Baykov Active In SP Posts: 2 Joined: Jul 2010 20-07-2010, 01:43 PM Now one can read the full text of my book about CORDIC published in 1975: baykov.de/CORDIC1975.htm umup.narod.ru/1115.zip [img]baykov.de/Cordic1975-Dateien/image002.jpg[/img] and also my PhD Thesis: baykov.de/CORDIC1972.htm The second book about CORDIC: baykov.de/CORDIC1985.htm web.archiveweb/19990421185918/devil.ece.utexas.edu/baykov/baykov3.html Vladimir Baykov
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 seminar flower Super Moderator Posts: 10,120 Joined: Apr 2012 20-07-2012, 01:54 PM CORDIC Algorithm   12CORDIC Algorithm.ppt (Size: 496 KB / Downloads: 60) Key Ideas Method for Elementary Function Evaluation (e.g., sin(z), cos(z), tan-1(y)) Originally Used for Real-time Navigation (Volder 1956) Idea is to Rotate a Vector in Cartesion Plane by Some Angle Complexity Comparable to Division If we have a computationally efficient way of rotating a vector, we can evaluate cos, sin, and tan–1 functions Rotation by an arbitrary angle is difficult, so we perform psuedorotations Use special angles to synthesize a desired angle z z = a(1) + a(2) + . . . + a(m) Review - CORDIC - Rotation Mode Input is Angle,  – Initialized in Angle Accumulator Vector Initialized to Lie on x-axis Each Iteration di Chosen by Sign of Angle Attempt to Bring Angle to Zero Result is x Register Contains ~cos Result is y Register Contains ~sin Also Polar to Rectangular if x Register Initialized to Magnitude Review - CORDIC - Vector Mode Input is (Pre-scaled) Vector in (x,y) Registers Angle,  – Initialized to Zero Each Iteration di Chosen to Move Vector to Lie Along Positive x-axis (Want to Reduce y Register to Zero) Result is Original Vector Angle in Angle Accumulator Can be Used for sin-1 and cos-1 Also Rectangular to Polar Conversion Magnitude in x Register