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Consider again the PLF arithmetic expression (1) described in Section 1.
For each arithmetic expression, Table 2 shows that the pipeline generated with our heuristic requires close-to-minimum (4.5% more) number of registers, while the average increase from the best case to the worst case is 56%.
Note that exhaustive enumeration of all valid schedules is not generally feasible when synthesizing complex arithmetic expressions, but for this paper we used this technique to provide comparative results.
Their proposed method of port priority assignment reduced the pipeline latency and hardware costs for most arithmetic expressions. However, their scheduling algorithm did not produce minimum number of floating-point operators for each expression in the benchmark set.
However, a way needs to be found that will improve software used for the computation of arithmetic expressions that involve both order of operations and calculator use.
An important aspect of calculator use is that it structures arithmetic expressions in specific ways dependent on the logic system used, and consequently the behaviour of a calculator is often at variance with the computational procedures pupils have been taught.
Thirdly, representations can be exploited via the computer interface to facilitate: (a) the linking of visually concrete objects to abstract arithmetic expressions; and (b) the construction and use of mental models to promote understanding (Dorfler, 1993).
To this end, ENCAL aims to: (a) develop pupils' conceptual and procedural knowledge through the use of multiple linked representations for evaluating multi-step arithmetic expressions; (b) utilise the calculator as a means of understanding the manipulation of arithmetic expressions which involve the use of multiple operators; and (c) develop an awareness of order of operation hierarchy with the use of parentheses.
By referring to each arithmetic expression as representing the total number of flowers on the two pages, the students recognized the relationship of equality between the two representations and described it as 9 + 4 + 2 = 9 + 3 + 3.
At this point in the discussion, some students were focusing on the numbers and the numerical relationships that they observed in the two arithmetic expressions, not on what was represented by the expressions.
shows the process of generating the collection of LR(0)-Items for the grammar of arithmetic expressions.
This operational conception of arithmetic expressions, and of the equal sign, as well as the necessity of closure of expression are not usually challenged till students start learning algebra, and then, students show resistance to accept/adopt the equal sign as expression of equivalence (Byers & Herscovich, 1977; Mevarech &Yitschak, 1983).