Stefan Neusser

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Two novel neural chips SAND (Simple Applicable Neural Device) and SIOP (Serial Input-Operating Parallel) are described. Both are highly usable for hardware triggers in particle physics. The chips are optimized for a high input data rate at a very low cost basis. The performance of a single SAND chip is 200 MOPS due to four parallel 16 bit multipliers and 40(More)
Within the SENROB-project2 (sensor driven robot-vision system), a robot-supported image analysis system has been developed that is able to recognize arbitrarily oriented and positioned workpieces with the help of a camera mounted on a gripping device. To achieve a high recognition rate even in case of lateral displacements, e.g. fovealisation failures, a(More)
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