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Thread: Almost memoryless average?
face BY : Dr. Imre Bartfai email (remove spam text)

I guess you *can* do the right shifting 3 times before addition, if you
save the shifted-out values also (it is the modulus by division with 8).
They can be also cumulated such way as the originals and at the end shift
right 3 times also right and the result is to be added to the sum of the
previous data. It requires only one more RAM cell.
I hope this helps.
P.S: Here also an example
Original        DIV by 8        Remainder
123             15              3
45               5              5
66               8              2
23               2              7
12               1              4
36               4              4
82              10              2
1               0              1
388             45              28      SUM
48.5           45               3.5    AVG

On Mon, 26 Apr 1999, Matt Bennett wrote:

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