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Implementing compact, low-power artificial neural processing systems with real-time on-line learning abilities is still an open challenge. In this paper we present a full-custom mixed-signal VLSI device with neuromorphic learning circuits that emulate the biophysics of real spiking neurons and dynamic synapses for exploring the properties of computational(More)
Robust climbing in unstructured environment has been one of the long-standing challenges in robotics research. Among others, the control of large adhesion forces is still an important problem that significantly restricts the locomotion performance of climbing robots. The main contribution of this paper is to propose a novel approach to autonomous robot(More)
Stereo vision is an important feature that enables machine vision systems to perceive their environment in 3D. While machine vision has spawned a variety of software algorithms to solve the stereo-correspondence problem, their implementation and integration in small, fast, and efficient hardware vision systems remains a difficult challenge. Recent advances(More)
We present an automated design approach that leverages the commonly available digital design tools in order to rapidly synthesize asynchronous event-based interface circuits from behavioral VHDL code. As part of the proposed design approach, we describe a verification methodology that is able to reveal early in the design process potential timing failures(More)
Fuzzy graphs (FG) are capable of showing dependencies and relationships between each other to a certain degree. Often, these relationships are described by numbers, which impedes interpretability for humans because they communicate using natural language. This paper seeks to turn the mathematical output of an FG into natural language sentences by applying(More)
The Authors neglected to cite a previous study related to biological stereo vision systems. The additional reference is listed below as reference 1, and should appear in the text as below. In the Introduction section, " Here we present a novel approach to the stereo correspondence problem, inspired by biological stereo vision systems, which is compatible(More)
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