Jung Whan Jang

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Using 2 phase-change memory (PCM) devices per synapse, a 3–layer perceptron network with 164,885 synapses is trained on a subset (5000 examples) of the MNIST database of handwritten digits using a backpropagation variant suitable for NVM+selector crossbar arrays, obtaining a training (generalization) accuracy of 82.2% (82.9%). Using a neural network (NN)(More)
Local feature matching is one of the most fundamental issues in computer vision. Hierarchical agglomerative clustering (HAC) has been effectively used to distinguish inliers from outliers. The drawback of HAC is its large computational complexity which increases rapidly as the number of feature correspondences increases. To overcome this drawback, this(More)
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