P. Iñigo-Blasco

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Image processing in digital computer systems usually considers the visual information as a sequence of frames. These frames are from cameras that capture reality for a short period of time. They are renewed and transmitted at a rate of 25–30 fps (typical real-time scenario). Digital video processing has to process each frame in order to obtain a(More)
Address-Event-Representation (AER) is a neuromorphic interchip communication protocol that allows for real-time virtual massive connectivity between huge number neurons located on different chips. When building multi-chip muti-layered AER systems it is absolutely necessary to have a computer interface that allows (a) to read AER interchip traffic into the(More)
Image processing in digital computer systems usually considers the visual information as a sequence of frames. These frames are from cameras that capture reality for a short period of time. They are renewed and transmitted at a rate of 25-30 frames per second, in a typical real-time scenario. Digital video processing has to process each frame in order to(More)
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