A Functional Architecture Approach to Neural Systems

@inproceedings{Coward2002AFA,
  title={A Functional Architecture Approach to Neural Systems},
  author={L. Andrew Coward},
  year={2002}
}
The technology for the design of systems to perform extremely complex combinations of real-time functionality has developed over a long period. This technology is based on the use of a hardware architecture with a physical separation into memory and processing, and a software architecture which divides functionality into a disciplined hierarchy of software components which exchange unambiguous information. This technology experiences difficulty in design of systems to perform parallel… CONTINUE READING
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