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12) According to Fig. 1 G-functions are called triangles and V-functions are called rectangles. In S2 we compute some not too large triangles and rectangles. For some parameter τ to be chosen later we partition {0 n − 1} to blocks of size 2 4 2τ and compute the corresponding triangles and rectangles. These results are used in S3 for the computation of all carry 44 bits cj where j = k 2τ −1 for some k . In S4 we fill the gaps and compute all cj . We have already computed triangles of size 1 , namely uj , and rectangles of size 1 , namely vj .

8. Design circuits of small size or depth for the following functions : a) fn (x1 xn y1 b) fn (x0 xn−1 y0 yn ) = 1 iff xi = yi for all i . xi 2 i yn−1) = 1 iff 0≤i≤n−1 c) fn (x1 yi 2 i . 0≤i≤n−1 xn ) = 1 iff x1 + · · · + xn ≥ 2 . 9. Which functions f ∈ B2 build a complete basis of one function ? 10. Which of the following bases are complete even if the constants are not given for free ? a) {∧ ¬} , b) {∨ ¬} , c) {⊕ ∧} . 11. sel ∈ B3 is defined by sel(x y z) = y , if x = 0 , and sel(x y z) = z , if x = 1 .

38) We have used the fact that Ak(n) computes pn before the last step. 38) easily follows from induction. 4 : 0 ≤ k ≤ ⌈log n⌉ The prefix problem is solved by Ak(n) . 40) How can we use the prefix problem for the addition of binary numbers ? We use the subcircuits S1 and S5 of Krapchenko’s adder with size 2n and n − 1 resp. and depth 1 each. S1 computes a coding of the inputs bits. 42) We know that cj = uj ∨ vj cj−1 . 44) This looks like the prefix problem. We have to prove that G = ({A(0 0) A(0 1) A(1 0)} ◦) is a monoid.