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| slog2.sa 3.1 12/10/90 | |

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| The entry point slog10 computes the base-10 | |

| logarithm of an input argument X. | |

| slog10d does the same except the input value is a | |

| denormalized number. | |

| sLog2 and sLog2d are the base-2 analogues. | |

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| INPUT: Double-extended value in memory location pointed to | |

| by address register a0. | |

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| OUTPUT: log_10(X) or log_2(X) returned in floating-point | |

| register fp0. | |

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| ACCURACY and MONOTONICITY: The returned result is within 1.7 | |

| ulps in 64 significant bit, i.e. within 0.5003 ulp | |

| to 53 bits if the result is subsequently rounded | |

| to double precision. The result is provably monotonic | |

| in double precision. | |

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| SPEED: Two timings are measured, both in the copy-back mode. | |

| The first one is measured when the function is invoked | |

| the first time (so the instructions and data are not | |

| in cache), and the second one is measured when the | |

| function is reinvoked at the same input argument. | |

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| ALGORITHM and IMPLEMENTATION NOTES: | |

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| slog10d: | |

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| Step 0. If X < 0, create a NaN and raise the invalid operation | |

| flag. Otherwise, save FPCR in D1; set FpCR to default. | |

| Notes: Default means round-to-nearest mode, no floating-point | |

| traps, and precision control = double extended. | |

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| Step 1. Call slognd to obtain Y = log(X), the natural log of X. | |

| Notes: Even if X is denormalized, log(X) is always normalized. | |

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| Step 2. Compute log_10(X) = log(X) * (1/log(10)). | |

| 2.1 Restore the user FPCR | |

| 2.2 Return ans := Y * INV_L10. | |

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| slog10: | |

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| Step 0. If X < 0, create a NaN and raise the invalid operation | |

| flag. Otherwise, save FPCR in D1; set FpCR to default. | |

| Notes: Default means round-to-nearest mode, no floating-point | |

| traps, and precision control = double extended. | |

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| Step 1. Call sLogN to obtain Y = log(X), the natural log of X. | |

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| Step 2. Compute log_10(X) = log(X) * (1/log(10)). | |

| 2.1 Restore the user FPCR | |

| 2.2 Return ans := Y * INV_L10. | |

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| sLog2d: | |

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| Step 0. If X < 0, create a NaN and raise the invalid operation | |

| flag. Otherwise, save FPCR in D1; set FpCR to default. | |

| Notes: Default means round-to-nearest mode, no floating-point | |

| traps, and precision control = double extended. | |

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| Step 1. Call slognd to obtain Y = log(X), the natural log of X. | |

| Notes: Even if X is denormalized, log(X) is always normalized. | |

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| Step 2. Compute log_10(X) = log(X) * (1/log(2)). | |

| 2.1 Restore the user FPCR | |

| 2.2 Return ans := Y * INV_L2. | |

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| sLog2: | |

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| Step 0. If X < 0, create a NaN and raise the invalid operation | |

| flag. Otherwise, save FPCR in D1; set FpCR to default. | |

| Notes: Default means round-to-nearest mode, no floating-point | |

| traps, and precision control = double extended. | |

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| Step 1. If X is not an integer power of two, i.e., X != 2^k, | |

| go to Step 3. | |

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| Step 2. Return k. | |

| 2.1 Get integer k, X = 2^k. | |

| 2.2 Restore the user FPCR. | |

| 2.3 Return ans := convert-to-double-extended(k). | |

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| Step 3. Call sLogN to obtain Y = log(X), the natural log of X. | |

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| Step 4. Compute log_2(X) = log(X) * (1/log(2)). | |

| 4.1 Restore the user FPCR | |

| 4.2 Return ans := Y * INV_L2. | |

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| Copyright (C) Motorola, Inc. 1990 | |

| All Rights Reserved | |

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| For details on the license for this file, please see the | |

| file, README, in this same directory. | |

|SLOG2 idnt 2,1 | Motorola 040 Floating Point Software Package | |

|section 8 | |

|xref t_frcinx | |

|xref t_operr | |

|xref slogn | |

|xref slognd | |

INV_L10: .long 0x3FFD0000,0xDE5BD8A9,0x37287195,0x00000000 | |

INV_L2: .long 0x3FFF0000,0xB8AA3B29,0x5C17F0BC,0x00000000 | |

.global slog10d | |

slog10d: | |

|--entry point for Log10(X), X is denormalized | |

movel (%a0),%d0 | |

blt invalid | |

movel %d1,-(%sp) | |

clrl %d1 | |

bsr slognd | ...log(X), X denorm. | |

fmovel (%sp)+,%fpcr | |

fmulx INV_L10,%fp0 | |

bra t_frcinx | |

.global slog10 | |

slog10: | |

|--entry point for Log10(X), X is normalized | |

movel (%a0),%d0 | |

blt invalid | |

movel %d1,-(%sp) | |

clrl %d1 | |

bsr slogn | ...log(X), X normal. | |

fmovel (%sp)+,%fpcr | |

fmulx INV_L10,%fp0 | |

bra t_frcinx | |

.global slog2d | |

slog2d: | |

|--entry point for Log2(X), X is denormalized | |

movel (%a0),%d0 | |

blt invalid | |

movel %d1,-(%sp) | |

clrl %d1 | |

bsr slognd | ...log(X), X denorm. | |

fmovel (%sp)+,%fpcr | |

fmulx INV_L2,%fp0 | |

bra t_frcinx | |

.global slog2 | |

slog2: | |

|--entry point for Log2(X), X is normalized | |

movel (%a0),%d0 | |

blt invalid | |

movel 8(%a0),%d0 | |

bnes continue | ...X is not 2^k | |

movel 4(%a0),%d0 | |

andl #0x7FFFFFFF,%d0 | |

tstl %d0 | |

bnes continue | |

|--X = 2^k. | |

movew (%a0),%d0 | |

andl #0x00007FFF,%d0 | |

subl #0x3FFF,%d0 | |

fmovel %d1,%fpcr | |

fmovel %d0,%fp0 | |

bra t_frcinx | |

continue: | |

movel %d1,-(%sp) | |

clrl %d1 | |

bsr slogn | ...log(X), X normal. | |

fmovel (%sp)+,%fpcr | |

fmulx INV_L2,%fp0 | |

bra t_frcinx | |

invalid: | |

bra t_operr | |

|end |