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Originally proposed in the 1960s, stochastic computation uses random binary bit streams to encode signal probabilities. Stochastic computation enables the implementation of basic arithmetic functions using simple logic elements. Here, the application of stochastic computation is extended to the...
The compact arithmetic units in stochastic computing can potentially lower the implementation cost with respect to silicon area and power consumption. In addition, stochastic computing provides inherent tolerance of transient errors at the cost of a less efficient signal encoding. Much effort has...