Danish Shaikh

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The peripheral auditory system of lizards has been extensively studied, because of its remarkable directionality. In this paper, we review the research that has been performed on this system using a biorobotic approach. The various robotic implementations developed to date, both wheeled and legged, of the auditory model exhibit strong phonotactic(More)
The peripheral auditory system of lizards [8] is highly directional [2]. The system is medially symmetrical and relatively simple in design. Due to a smaller head size with respect to the wavelength of the sounds to which it responds, the incident sound waves diffract around the lizard’s head, resulting in approximately equal sound pressure at the two ears.(More)
This paper proposed a low power, Double-edge-triggered flip-flop design in 65nm CMOS technology. The proposed DETFF is having fewer clocked transistors than earlier conventional designs. The DETFF is simulated with different clock frequencies ranging from 400MHz to 2GHz. Simulation results show least delay, lowest power dissipation than older designs.(More)
Biological motion-sensitive neural circuits are quite adept in perceiving the relative motion of a relevant stimulus. Motion perception is a fundamental ability in neural sensory processing and crucial in target tracking tasks. Tracking a stimulus entails the ability to perceive its motion, i.e., extracting information about its direction and velocity. Here(More)
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