An efficient implementation of generalized extreme studentized deviate (GESD) on field programmable gate array (FPGA)

Dwi Teguh Priyantini, Yulistiyan Wardhana, MacHmud Roby Alhamidi, Dwi M.J. Purnomo, Aprinaldi, Petrus Mursanto, Wisnu Jatmiko

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Abstract

Outliers are one of the data problem which cannot be overlooked. The problem arise from the possibility of the outliers to become a bad data which can lead to error. One of the technique for identifying as well as eliminating outliers is generalized extreme student deviate (GESD). In this research the implementation of GESD on FPGA is examined. There are two complicated operations on GESD, i.e. division and square root which would be evaluated to find the most efficient processor design. The combination of Binomial and CORDIC has the most efficient resource utilizations with 48%. Meanwhile, the combination of Binomial and Non Restoring is the runner up with 56%.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings - 2015 International Conference on Computers, Communications and Systems, ICCCS 2015
PublisherInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
Pages14-18
Number of pages5
ISBN (Electronic)9781467397568
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 7 Sep 2016
Event2015 International Conference on Computers, Communications and Systems, ICCCS 2015 - Kanyakumari, India
Duration: 2 Nov 20153 Nov 2015

Publication series

NameProceedings - 2015 International Conference on Computers, Communications and Systems, ICCCS 2015

Conference

Conference2015 International Conference on Computers, Communications and Systems, ICCCS 2015
Country/TerritoryIndia
CityKanyakumari
Period2/11/153/11/15

Keywords

  • Binomial Division
  • CORDIC
  • FPGA
  • Generalized Extreme Student Deviate (GESD)
  • Non Restoring Division
  • Outliers
  • Square Root

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