Investigation of the Multiply-sub Operation on the Baikal-T Processor
This article is a continuation of a series of studies devoted to the study of combined operations on the Baikal-T processor. It discusses various features of the multiply-sub command. Various examples of using the command are given, calculations are made and conclusions are formulated. It also describes situations in which the use of the multiply-sub command is justified, and situations in which its use is not profitable relative to the running time of the program.
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