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Chapter 8 Photonic Neuromorphic Signal Processing and Computing

@inproceedings{Tait2015Chapter8P,
  title={Chapter 8 Photonic Neuromorphic Signal Processing and Computing},
  author={Alexander N. Tait and Mitchell A. Nahmias and Bhavin J. Shastri and Paul R. Prucnal},
  year={2015}
}
There has been a recent explosion of interest in spiking neural networks (SNNs), which code information as spikes or events in time. Spike encoding iswidely accepted as the information medium underlying the brain, but it has also inspired a new generation of neuromorphic hardware. Although electronics can match biological time scales and exceed them, they eventually reach a bandwidth fan-in trade-off. An alternative platform is photonics, which could process highly interactive information at… CONTINUE READING

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