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The architecture of the DIVA processing-in-memory chip
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The DIVA (Data IntensiVe Architecture) system incorporates a collection of Processing-In-Memory (PIM) chips as smart-memory co-processors to a conventional microprocessor. Expand
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Mapping Irregular Applications to DIVA, a PIM-based Data-Intensive Architecture
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The Data-IntensiVe Architecture (DIVA) combines PIM memories with one or more external host processors and a PIM-to-PIM interconnect. Expand
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A Hippocampal Cognitive Prosthesis: Multi-Input, Multi-Output Nonlinear Modeling and VLSI Implementation
This paper describes the development of a cognitive prosthesis designed to restore the ability to form new long-term memories typically lost after damage to the hippocampus. The animal model used isExpand
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Novel Charge-Metering Stimulus Amplifier for Biomimetic Implantable Prosthesis
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A novel charge-metering stimulus amplifier is proposed for high performance neural prosthesis stimulation. Expand
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CMOS 12 bits 50kS/s micropower SAR and dual-slope hybrid ADC
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In this paper a 12 bits 50kS/s micropower hybrid ADC is proposed for biomimetic microelectronic systems using 0.18um CMOS process. Expand
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A Novel Variable-Gain Micro-Power Band-Pass Auto-Zeroing CMOS Amplifier
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A micropower, low-noise, bandpass autozeroing CMOS amplifier suitable for biomedical applications has been designed and tested. Expand
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Real time hardware neural spike amplitude extraction
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A novel algorithm for population spike (PS) amplitude extraction suitable for real time hardware processing was developed. Expand
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A micro-power low-noise auto-zeroing CMOS amplifier for cortical neural prostheses
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A novel architecture to realize a low-power, low-noise amplifier for cortical neural prostheses is presented. Expand
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Reverse Engineering the Brain: A Hippocampal Cognitive Prosthesis for Repair and Enhancement of Memory Function
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This chapter provides an update, including some of the most recent experimental and theoretical studies describing the development of a cognitive prosthesis designed to restore the ability to form new long-term memories—a memory capability lost after damage to the hippocampal formation and surrounding temporal lobe brain structures. Expand
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8.0 Conclusions and Future Work
Processing-in-memory (PIM) chips that integrate processor logic into memory devices offer a new opportunity for bridging the growing gap between processor and memory speeds, especially forExpand
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