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Computational models of visual processing often use frame-based image acquisition techniques to process a temporally changing stimulus. This approach is unlike biological mechanisms that are spike-based and independent of individual frames. The neuromorphic Dynamic Vision Sensor (DVS) [Lichtsteiner et al., 2008] provides a stream of independent visual(More)
Event-based vision sensors sample individual pixels at a much higher temporal resolution and provide a representation of the visual input available in their receptive fields that is temporally independent of neighboring pixels. The information available on pixel level for subsequent processing stages is reduced to representations of changes in the local(More)
A 5-year-old boy with acute lymphatic leukemia in remission developed signs of malignant hyperthermia (MH) during general anesthesia for removal of a central venous access port. The anesthetic procedure for implantation of the port 17 months before had been uneventful despite use of the same triggering agents, halothane and succinylcholine. Meanwhile, the(More)
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