### Table 4.4: TL0 Arithmetic, Logical, and Bitwise Instructions. I, F, B, C, and J represent integer, oating-point, boolean, character, and inlet, respectively. The italicized instructions are not yet implemented. These conventions are used in tables throughout this chapter. Arithmetic, Logical, and Bitwise Instructions Arithmetic, logical, and bitwise operations are listed in Table 4.4. The following instruc- tions are converted in a straightforward manner with the genBinary routine: add, sub, mul, div, min, max, and, bitand, or, bitor, xor, and bitxor. Similar conversions are done for the unary operations neg, abs, not, and bitnot. The abs, min, and max instructions are expanded at later stages, while the other instructions are MDP primitives. In the case when the constant 0 is added to or subtracted from a value, the instruction is converted to a move. When oating-point numbers are compared with the lt, le, gt, or ge instructions, calls

### Table 6: List of bitwise operations.

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### Table 2: Communication Cost Rounds Bitwise cost

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### Table 2: Communication Cost Rounds Bitwise cost

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### Table 1. Bitwise representation of the Competitive Code

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### Table 1.1: Bitwise operators for Boolean equation Boolean Operation Bitwise operator symbol Example

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### TABLE I COMPARISON OF BITWISE SEARCHING TIME Bitwise searching time (sec) Number of

### Table 3: Time (microseconds) for computing the bitwise AND of Bloom filters for different sizes

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