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Data encoding is a technique that chooses...more...<br /><br />Data encoding is a technique that chooses data values so that normal execution will have a low activity<br />factor. The most common example is “Gray coding” where exactly one bit changes value each clock cycle when<br />counting.Peternoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-10948316.post-81385516373468190052011-03-04T11:26:46.315+05:302011-03-04T11:26:46.315+05:30If Binary counting is chosen as baseline, then rel...If Binary counting is chosen as baseline, then relative amounts of power are:<br />Gray 54%, One-Hot 35%, Binary 100%<br /><br />Yes, some math is involved!<br />Good question.Peternoreply@blogger.com