P. Lichtensteiner

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I. INTRODUCTION The Address-Event Representation (AER) was proposed by the Mead lab in 1991 [1] for communicating between neuromorphic chips with spikes (Fig. 1). Each time a cell on a sender device generates a spike, it communicates with the array periphery and a digital word representing a code or address for that pixel is placed on the external(More)
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