Biochemical neuron: hardware implementation of functional devices by mimicking the natural intelligence such as metabolic control systems

@inproceedings{Okamoto1999BiochemicalNH,
  title={Biochemical neuron: hardware implementation of functional devices by mimicking the natural intelligence such as metabolic control systems},
  author={Masahiro Okamoto and Tatsuya Sekiguchi and Kouji Tanaka and Yukihiro Maki and Satoshi Yoshida},
  year={1999}
}
Abstract Mimicking the switching property of cyclic enzyme systems in metabolic pathways, we have proposed a different type of molecular switching device of which mechanism can be represented by threshold-logic function capable of storing short-term memory or ‘Hebbian rule’ or ‘post-synaptic neuron’ with synaptic history. The great advantage of this device is that it can process the time-variant input signals. We have named this system a ‘biochemical neuron’ and have developed the board-leveled… CONTINUE READING