Izzet Cem Göknar

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This paper studies linear passive electrical networks with ideal switches. We employ the so-called linear switched systems framework in which these circuits can be analyzed for any given switch configuration. After providing a complete characterization of admissible inputs and consistent initial states with respect to a switch configuration, the paper(More)
In this letter, complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) implementation of a neural network (NN) classifier with several output levels and a different architecture is given. The proposed circuit operates in current mode and can classify several types of data. The classifier circuit is designed using a current-voltage converter, an inverter followed by(More)
Implementation and new applications of a tunable complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor-integrated circuit (CMOS-IC) of a recently proposed classifier core-cell (CC) are presented and tested with two different datasets. With two algorithms-one based on Fisher's linear discriminant analysis and the other based on perceptron learning, used to obtain CCs'(More)
In this paper, a new realization of a fullydifferential (F-D) first-order all-pass filter (APF) operating in current mode (CM) is presented. In the proposed F-D CM APF a single adjustable current amplifier (ACA) and two current followers (CFs) with non-unity gain are used as active building blocks. Considering the input intrinsic resistance of CFs as useful(More)
In this paper, the objects of study are electrical networks consisting of passive elements, independent sources, and ideal switches. We study the discontinuities in state variable that are caused by the switching behavior. The main contribution of the paper is to present an energy-based state jump rule that is equivalent to those based on charge/flux(More)
In this paper, a new RC circuit realization of voltage-mode (VM) first-order all-pass filter (APF) is presented. The proposed VM APF scheme is composed of a single grounded capacitor, three resistors with one being negative. The main advantage of the circuit is the common ground terminal between the input and the output. For proper functionality passive(More)
In this paper a new approach for a Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) circuit operating in current-mode using a CMOS classifier core circuit, and its application to level crossing are presented. The proposed architecture is much simpler than existing PWM methods and the generated PWM signal can be controlled electronically through the control currents of a core(More)
A recently built IC which implements a CMOS tunable classifier circuit is introduced and test results of an application are presented. The classifier circuit parameters are determined for Iris data set with an algorithm based on Fisher's linear discriminant analysis (LDA); the data is first soft then hard classified. The proposed circuit was fabricated(More)
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