Signed MSW 32x32 Multiply and Add Instructions
- __STATIC_FORCEINLINE long __RV_KMMAC (long t, long a, long b)
- __STATIC_FORCEINLINE long __RV_KMMAC_U (long t, long a, long b)
- __STATIC_FORCEINLINE long __RV_KMMSB (long t, long a, long b)
- __STATIC_FORCEINLINE long __RV_KMMSB_U (long t, long a, long b)
- __STATIC_FORCEINLINE long __RV_KWMMUL (long a, long b)
- __STATIC_FORCEINLINE long __RV_KWMMUL_U (long a, long b)
- __STATIC_FORCEINLINE long __RV_SMMUL (long a, long b)
- __STATIC_FORCEINLINE long __RV_SMMUL_U (long a, long b)
- group NMSIS_Core_DSP_Intrinsic_SIGNED_MSW_32X32_MAC
Signed MSW 32x32 Multiply and Add Instructions.
there are 8 Signed MSW 32x32 Multiply and Add Instructions
Functions
- __STATIC_FORCEINLINE long __RV_KMMAC (long t, long a, long b)
KMMAC (SIMD Saturating MSW Signed Multiply Word and Add)
Type: SIMD
Syntax:
KMMAC Rd, Rs1, Rs2 KMMAC.u Rd, Rs1, Rs2
Purpose
:
Multiply the signed 32-bit integer elements of two registers and add the most significant 32-bit results with the signed 32-bit integer elements of a third register. The addition results are saturated first and then written back to the third register. The
.u
form performs an additional rounding up operation on the multiplication results before adding the most significant 32-bit part of the results.Description
:
This instruction multiplies the signed 32-bit elements of Rs1 with the signed 32-bit elements of Rs2 and adds the most significant 32-bit multiplication results with the signed 32-bit elements of Rd. If the addition result is beyond the Q31 number range (-2^31 <= Q31 <= 2^31-1), it is saturated to the range and the OV bit is set to 1. The results after saturation are written to Rd. The
.u
form of the instruction additionally rounds up the most significant 32-bit of the 64-bit multiplication results by adding a 1 to bit 31 of the results.Operations:
Mres[x][63:0] = Rs1.W[x] * Rs2.W[x]; if (`.u` form) { Round[x][32:0] = Mres[x][63:31] + 1; res[x] = Rd.W[x] + Round[x][32:1]; } else { res[x] = Rd.W[x] + Mres[x][63:32]; } if (res[x] > (2^31)-1) { res[x] = (2^31)-1; OV = 1; } else if (res[x] < -2^31) { res[x] = -2^31; OV = 1; } Rd.W[x] = res[x]; for RV32: x=0 for RV64: x=1...0
- Parameters
t – [in] long type of value stored in t
a – [in] long type of value stored in a
b – [in] long type of value stored in b
- Returns
value stored in long type
- __STATIC_FORCEINLINE long __RV_KMMAC_U (long t, long a, long b)
KMMAC.u (SIMD Saturating MSW Signed Multiply Word and Add with Rounding)
Type: SIMD
Syntax:
KMMAC Rd, Rs1, Rs2 KMMAC.u Rd, Rs1, Rs2
Purpose
:
Multiply the signed 32-bit integer elements of two registers and add the most significant 32-bit results with the signed 32-bit integer elements of a third register. The addition results are saturated first and then written back to the third register. The
.u
form performs an additional rounding up operation on the multiplication results before adding the most significant 32-bit part of the results.Description
:
This instruction multiplies the signed 32-bit elements of Rs1 with the signed 32-bit elements of Rs2 and adds the most significant 32-bit multiplication results with the signed 32-bit elements of Rd. If the addition result is beyond the Q31 number range (-2^31 <= Q31 <= 2^31-1), it is saturated to the range and the OV bit is set to 1. The results after saturation are written to Rd. The
.u
form of the instruction additionally rounds up the most significant 32-bit of the 64-bit multiplication results by adding a 1 to bit 31 of the results.Operations:
Mres[x][63:0] = Rs1.W[x] * Rs2.W[x]; if (`.u` form) { Round[x][32:0] = Mres[x][63:31] + 1; res[x] = Rd.W[x] + Round[x][32:1]; } else { res[x] = Rd.W[x] + Mres[x][63:32]; } if (res[x] > (2^31)-1) { res[x] = (2^31)-1; OV = 1; } else if (res[x] < -2^31) { res[x] = -2^31; OV = 1; } Rd.W[x] = res[x]; for RV32: x=0 for RV64: x=1...0
- Parameters
t – [in] long type of value stored in t
a – [in] long type of value stored in a
b – [in] long type of value stored in b
- Returns
value stored in long type
- __STATIC_FORCEINLINE long __RV_KMMSB (long t, long a, long b)
KMMSB (SIMD Saturating MSW Signed Multiply Word and Subtract)
Type: SIMD
Syntax:
KMMSB Rd, Rs1, Rs2 KMMSB.u Rd, Rs1, Rs2
Purpose
:
Multiply the signed 32-bit integer elements of two registers and subtract the most significant 32-bit results from the signed 32-bit elements of a third register. The subtraction results are written to the third register. The
.u
form performs an additional rounding up operation on the multiplication results before subtracting the most significant 32-bit part of the results.Description
:
This instruction multiplies the signed 32-bit elements of Rs1 with the signed 32-bit elements of Rs2 and subtracts the most significant 32-bit multiplication results from the signed 32-bit elements of Rd. If the subtraction result is beyond the Q31 number range (-2^31 <= Q31 <= 2^31-1), it is saturated to the range and the OV bit is set to 1. The results after saturation are written to Rd. The
.u
form of the instruction additionally rounds up the most significant 32-bit of the 64-bit multiplication results by adding a 1 to bit 31 of the results.Operations:
Mres[x][63:0] = Rs1.W[x] * Rs2.W[x]; if (`.u` form) { Round[x][32:0] = Mres[x][63:31] + 1; res[x] = Rd.W[x] - Round[x][32:1]; } else { res[x] = Rd.W[x] - Mres[x][63:32]; } if (res[x] > (2^31)-1) { res[x] = (2^31)-1; OV = 1; } else if (res[x] < -2^31) { res[x] = -2^31; OV = 1; } Rd.W[x] = res[x]; for RV32: x=0 for RV64: x=1...0
- Parameters
t – [in] long type of value stored in t
a – [in] long type of value stored in a
b – [in] long type of value stored in b
- Returns
value stored in long type
- __STATIC_FORCEINLINE long __RV_KMMSB_U (long t, long a, long b)
KMMSB.u (SIMD Saturating MSW Signed Multiply Word and Subtraction with Rounding)
Type: SIMD
Syntax:
KMMSB Rd, Rs1, Rs2 KMMSB.u Rd, Rs1, Rs2
Purpose
:
Multiply the signed 32-bit integer elements of two registers and subtract the most significant 32-bit results from the signed 32-bit elements of a third register. The subtraction results are written to the third register. The
.u
form performs an additional rounding up operation on the multiplication results before subtracting the most significant 32-bit part of the results.Description
:
This instruction multiplies the signed 32-bit elements of Rs1 with the signed 32-bit elements of Rs2 and subtracts the most significant 32-bit multiplication results from the signed 32-bit elements of Rd. If the subtraction result is beyond the Q31 number range (-2^31 <= Q31 <= 2^31-1), it is saturated to the range and the OV bit is set to 1. The results after saturation are written to Rd. The
.u
form of the instruction additionally rounds up the most significant 32-bit of the 64-bit multiplication results by adding a 1 to bit 31 of the results.Operations:
Mres[x][63:0] = Rs1.W[x] * Rs2.W[x]; if (`.u` form) { Round[x][32:0] = Mres[x][63:31] + 1; res[x] = Rd.W[x] - Round[x][32:1]; } else { res[x] = Rd.W[x] - Mres[x][63:32]; } if (res[x] > (2^31)-1) { res[x] = (2^31)-1; OV = 1; } else if (res[x] < -2^31) { res[x] = -2^31; OV = 1; } Rd.W[x] = res[x]; for RV32: x=0 for RV64: x=1...0
- Parameters
t – [in] long type of value stored in t
a – [in] long type of value stored in a
b – [in] long type of value stored in b
- Returns
value stored in long type
- __STATIC_FORCEINLINE long __RV_KWMMUL (long a, long b)
KWMMUL (SIMD Saturating MSW Signed Multiply Word & Double)
Type: SIMD
Syntax:
KWMMUL Rd, Rs1, Rs2 KWMMUL.u Rd, Rs1, Rs2
Purpose
:
Multiply the signed 32-bit integer elements of two registers, shift the results left 1-bit, saturate, and write the most significant 32-bit results to a register. The
.u
form additionally rounds up the multiplication results from the most signification discarded bit.Description
:
This instruction multiplies the 32-bit elements of Rs1 with the 32-bit elements of Rs2. It then shifts the multiplication results one bit to the left and takes the most significant 32-bit results. If the shifted result is greater than 2^31-1, it is saturated to 2^31-1 and the OV flag is set to 1. The final element result is written to Rd. The 32-bit elements of Rs1 and Rs2 are treated as signed integers. The
.u
form of the instruction additionally rounds up the 64-bit multiplication results by adding a 1 to bit 30 before the shift and saturation operations.Operations:
if ((0x80000000 != Rs1.W[x]) | (0x80000000 != Rs2.W[x])) { Mres[x][63:0] = Rs1.W[x] * Rs2.W[x]; if (`.u` form) { Round[x][33:0] = Mres[x][63:30] + 1; Rd.W[x] = Round[x][32:1]; } else { Rd.W[x] = Mres[x][62:31]; } } else { Rd.W[x] = 0x7fffffff; OV = 1; } for RV32: x=0 for RV64: x=1...0
- Parameters
a – [in] long type of value stored in a
b – [in] long type of value stored in b
- Returns
value stored in long type
- __STATIC_FORCEINLINE long __RV_KWMMUL_U (long a, long b)
KWMMUL.u (SIMD Saturating MSW Signed Multiply Word & Double with Rounding)
Type: SIMD
Syntax:
KWMMUL Rd, Rs1, Rs2 KWMMUL.u Rd, Rs1, Rs2
Purpose
:
Multiply the signed 32-bit integer elements of two registers, shift the results left 1-bit, saturate, and write the most significant 32-bit results to a register. The
.u
form additionally rounds up the multiplication results from the most signification discarded bit.Description
:
This instruction multiplies the 32-bit elements of Rs1 with the 32-bit elements of Rs2. It then shifts the multiplication results one bit to the left and takes the most significant 32-bit results. If the shifted result is greater than 2^31-1, it is saturated to 2^31-1 and the OV flag is set to 1. The final element result is written to Rd. The 32-bit elements of Rs1 and Rs2 are treated as signed integers. The
.u
form of the instruction additionally rounds up the 64-bit multiplication results by adding a 1 to bit 30 before the shift and saturation operations.Operations:
if ((0x80000000 != Rs1.W[x]) | (0x80000000 != Rs2.W[x])) { Mres[x][63:0] = Rs1.W[x] * Rs2.W[x]; if (`.u` form) { Round[x][33:0] = Mres[x][63:30] + 1; Rd.W[x] = Round[x][32:1]; } else { Rd.W[x] = Mres[x][62:31]; } } else { Rd.W[x] = 0x7fffffff; OV = 1; } for RV32: x=0 for RV64: x=1...0
- Parameters
a – [in] long type of value stored in a
b – [in] long type of value stored in b
- Returns
value stored in long type
- __STATIC_FORCEINLINE long __RV_SMMUL (long a, long b)
SMMUL (SIMD MSW Signed Multiply Word)
Type: SIMD
Syntax:
SMMUL Rd, Rs1, Rs2 SMMUL.u Rd, Rs1, Rs2
Purpose
:
Multiply the 32-bit signed integer elements of two registers and write the most significant 32-bit results to the corresponding 32-bit elements of a register. The
.u
form performs an additional rounding up operation on the multiplication results before taking the most significant 32-bit part of the results.Description
:
This instruction multiplies the 32-bit elements of Rs1 with the 32-bit elements of Rs2 and writes the most significant 32-bit multiplication results to the corresponding 32-bit elements of Rd. The 32-bit elements of Rs1 and Rs2 are treated as signed integers. The
.u
form of the instruction rounds up the most significant 32-bit of the 64-bit multiplication results by adding a 1 to bit 31 of the results.For
smmul/RV32
instruction, it is an alias tomulh/RV32
instruction.
Operations:
Mres[x][63:0] = Rs1.W[x] * Rs2.W[x]; if (`.u` form) { Round[x][32:0] = Mres[x][63:31] + 1; Rd.W[x] = Round[x][32:1]; } else { Rd.W[x] = Mres[x][63:32]; } for RV32: x=0 for RV64: x=1...0
- Parameters
a – [in] long type of value stored in a
b – [in] long type of value stored in b
- Returns
value stored in long type
- __STATIC_FORCEINLINE long __RV_SMMUL_U (long a, long b)
SMMUL.u (SIMD MSW Signed Multiply Word with Rounding)
Type: SIMD
Syntax:
SMMUL Rd, Rs1, Rs2 SMMUL.u Rd, Rs1, Rs2
Purpose
:
Multiply the 32-bit signed integer elements of two registers and write the most significant 32-bit results to the corresponding 32-bit elements of a register. The
.u
form performs an additional rounding up operation on the multiplication results before taking the most significant 32-bit part of the results.Description
:
This instruction multiplies the 32-bit elements of Rs1 with the 32-bit elements of Rs2 and writes the most significant 32-bit multiplication results to the corresponding 32-bit elements of Rd. The 32-bit elements of Rs1 and Rs2 are treated as signed integers. The
.u
form of the instruction rounds up the most significant 32-bit of the 64-bit multiplication results by adding a 1 to bit 31 of the results.For
smmul/RV32
instruction, it is an alias tomulh/RV32
instruction.
Operations:
Mres[x][63:0] = Rs1.W[x] * Rs2.W[x]; if (`.u` form) { Round[x][32:0] = Mres[x][63:31] + 1; Rd.W[x] = Round[x][32:1]; } else { Rd.W[x] = Mres[x][63:32]; } for RV32: x=0 for RV64: x=1...0
- Parameters
a – [in] long type of value stored in a
b – [in] long type of value stored in b
- Returns
value stored in long type