W. Fröchtenicht

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We present a short overview of neuromorphic hardware and some of the physics projects making use of such devices. As a concrete example we describe an innovative project within the H1-Experiment at the electron-proton collider HERA, instrumenting hardwired neural networks as pattern recognition machines to discriminate between wanted physics and(More)
The H1{Experiment is a general purpose particle detector at the electron proton collider HERA. The typical collision rate is about 10 Hz, the background rate 100 kHz. The challenge for the experiment is to suppress the high background rate without loosing too many physics reactions. This is performed by a multi level trigger system. We present the concept,(More)
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