6 A Pulse-Coded Communications Infrastructure for Neuromorphic Systems

@inproceedings{Deiss19986AP,
  title={6 A Pulse-Coded Communications Infrastructure for Neuromorphic Systems},
  author={Stephen R. Deiss and Rodney J. Douglas and AdrianM. Whatley},
  year={1998}
}
Neuromorphic engineering [Mead, 1989, Mead, 1990, Douglas et al., 1995] applies the computational principles used by biological nervous systems to those tasks that biological systems perform easily, but which have proved difficult to do using traditional engineering techniques. These problems include visual and auditory perceptive processing, navigation, and locomotion. Typically, current neuromorphic systems are hybrid analog-digital electronic systems fabricated using CMOS VLSI technology… CONTINUE READING
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