Dfp is a decimal floating point math library for Java. It has higher performance than BigDecimal, and is suitable for embedded devices. It implements most IEEE-854 features and supports trigonometric functions, exponentials, square root, and logarithms. (Source: http://freecode.com/)

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  1. Mora, H.; Mora-Pascual, J.; García-Chamizo, J.M.; Signes-Pont, M.T.: Mathematical model and implementation of rational processing (2017)
  2. Gorgin, Saeid; Jaberipur, Ghassem; Asl, Reza Hashemi: Efficient ASIC and FPGA implementation of binary-coded decimal digit multipliers (2014)
  3. Sanchez-Romero, Jose-Luis; Jimeno-Morenilla, Antonio; Molina-Carmona, Rafael; Perez-Martinez, Jose: An approach to the application of shift-and-add algorithms on engineering and industrial processes (2013) ioport
  4. Gonzalez-Navarro, Sonia; Hormigo, Javier; Schulte, Michael J.: A study of decimal left shifters for binary numbers (2012)
  5. Baesler, Malte; Voigt, Sven-Ole; Teufel, Thomas: A decimal floating-point accurate scalar product unit with a parallel fixed-point multiplier on a virtex-5 FPGA (2010) ioport
  6. Bioul, G.; Vazquez, M.; Deschamps, J.P.; Sutter, G.: High-speed FPGA 10’s complement adders-subtractors (2010) ioport
  7. Mohammadi, Majid; Haghparast, Majid; Eshghi, Mohammad; Navi, Keivan: Minimization and optimization of reversible bcd-full adder/subtractor using genetic algorithm and don’t care concept (2009)
  8. Sanchez, Jose-Luis; Mora, Higinio; Mora, Jeronimo; Ferrandez, Fco.Javier; Jimeno, Antonio: An iterative method for improving decimal calculations on computers (2009)
  9. Schwarz, Eric M.; Kapernick, John S.; Cowlishaw, Mike F.: Decimal floating-point support on the IBM system z10 processor (2009) ioport