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This paper proposes a novel nonlinear transient computation device described as the LTCM that uses the chaotic attractor provided by the Lorenz system of equations to perform pattern recognition. Previous work on nonlinear transient computation has demonstrated that such devices can process time varying input signals. This paper investigates the ability of(More)
Evidence has been found for the presence of chaotic dynamics at all levels of the mammalian brain. This has led to some searching questions about the potential role that nonlinear dynamics may have in neural information processing. We propose that chaos equips the brain with the equivalent of a kernel trick for solving hard nonlinear problems. The approach(More)
  • Y S P Ong, L L Chen, +4 authors S B Lee
  • Value in health : the journal of the…
  • 2014
Purpose: Automation of pharmacy workflow can reduce medication errors as well as improve efficiency of the medication picking, packing and labeling process. Since September 2012, two drug dispensing systems (DDS) began operations in the Singapore General Hospital Specialist Outpatient Clinic Pharmacy. This study sought to evaluate the impact of the DDS on(More)
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