[bèi chéng shù]
- multiplicand; faciend; multiplier factor; icand
- The number by which another number is multiplied. In 8*2, the multiplier is 8.
- For the partial products generation the novel method of booth encoding combined with partial products generating is put up which can directly map the multiplicand and multiplicator to partition products without generating the booth encoding results.
- In multiplication the number or quantity by which the multiplicand is multiplied.
- The term to be added are the multiplicand multiplied by each of the bits of the multiplier.
- Although the two numbers multiplied together are often called factors they are also known as the multiplicand and multiplier with the multiplicand being the number to the left of the multiplication sign.
- It uses binary counters for the conversion of the multiplicand from parallel to pulse-train form.