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ACCURACY EVALUATION BASED ON SIMULATION FOR FINITE PRECISION SYSTEMS USING INFERENTIAL STATISTICS

Citation Author(s):
Justine Bonnot, Karol Desnos, Daniel Menard,
Submitted by:
Daniel Menard
Last updated:
9 May 2019 - 4:10pm
Document Type:
Poster
Document Year:
2019
Event:
Presenters Name:
Menard Daniel
Paper Code:
1607

Abstract 

Abstract: 

The conversion of an algorithm to fixed-point arithmetic is commonly achieved with a large and fixed-number of simulations. Nevertheless, when simulating a fixed and ar- bitrary large number of samples, no confidence information is given on the characterization, and this method is often time-inefficient. To overcome this limitation, we propose a new method for noise evaluation. The error induced by fixed-point coding is statistically characterized to compute the noise power with an adaptive and reduced number of simulations. From user-defined confidence requirements, the proposed method computes the minimal number of simu- lations to obtain a confidence interval of the noise power. Experiments on varied signal-processing elementary blocks show that the proposed method requires on average the sim- ulation of only 0.04% of the simulation set required by State of the Art techniques to estimate the noise power of a 64th order FIR filter with a relative error less than 0.01%.

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