Corpus ID: 8864717

Computing Motion with 3D Memristive Grid

  title={Computing Motion with 3D Memristive Grid},
  author={Chuan Kai Kenneth. Lim and Themistoklis Prodromakis},
Computing the relative motion of objects is an important navigation task that we routinely perform by relying on inherently unreliable biological cells in the retina. The non-linear and adaptive response of memristive devices make them excellent building blocks for realizing complex synaptic-like architectures that are common in the human retina. Here, we introduce a novel memristive thresholding scheme that facilitates the detection of moving edges. In addition, a double-layered 3-D memristive… Expand
UAV Horizon Tracking Using Memristors and Cellular Automata Visual Processing
A proof-of-principle for a memristive cellular automata (CA) system which can simply interface with an analog electronic control system and is a cheaper, lighter and more robust low-level system. Expand
Networks of Memristors and Memristive Components
Memristors demonstrate a natural basis for computation that combines information processing and storage in the memory itself. A very powerful and promising memristor-based computing structure, whichExpand
Massively Parallel Analog Computing: Ariadne’s Thread Was Made of Memristors
This paper explores memristive grids where emergent computation arises through collective device interactions, and applies assisted-computation, by incorporating the concept of Ariadne's thread, leaded to better computing results, which could find application in routing and path computing problems. Expand
Memristors in Unconventional Computing: How a Biomimetic Circuit Element Can be Used to Do Bioinspired Computation
This chapter demonstrates howmemristor spikes are a real-world memristor model of an inhibitory neuron, then it is demonstrated the complex emergent behaviour from networks of memristors which resembles neural dynamics, and it is exposed to living neural cells, where the Memristor state is altered by cellular action. Expand
Analog memristor based neuromorphic crossbar circuit for image recognition
This paper modify a memristor crossbar circuit from an existing work to recognize 8 × 8 pixel binary images by using analog memristors instead of binary Memristor to complete the circuit. Expand
TiO$_2$-based Memristors and ReRAM: Materials, Mechanisms and Models (a Review)
  • E. Gale
  • Computer Science, Physics
  • ArXiv
  • 2016
The state of the art for these closely-related fields is summarized, concentrating on titanium dioxide, the well-utilized and archetypal material for both ReRAM and memristor. Expand


An Analog VLSI System for Stereoscopic Vision
This paper presents Stereocorrespondence as a Model of Cortical Function as well as experiments conducted on a two-Dimensional Retina--Receiver System, and discusses its applications in Neurophysiology and Information Processing. Expand
Analog VLSI and neural systems
This chapter discusses a simple circuit that can generate a sinusoidal response and calls this circuit the second-order section, which can be used to generate any response that can be represented by two poles in the complex plane, where the two poles have both real and imaginary parts. Expand
Machine vision - theory, algorithms, practicalities
This work focuses on low-level processing on the three-dimensional world tackling the pespective n-point problem motion invariants and their applications and the need for speed - real-time electronic hardware systems. Expand
Machine Vision Algorithms and Applications
This first up-to-date textbook for machine vision software provides all the details on the theory and practical use of the relevant algorithms, and features real-world examples, example code with HALCON, and further exercises. Expand
Determining Optical Flow
An iterative implementation is shown which successfully computes the optical flow for a number of synthetic image sequences and is robust in that it can handle image sequences that are quantified rather coarsely in space and time. Expand
Abstract : Results are presented of a study program to advance the state of the art in UHF limiters, octave-band ferrite circulators, and low-noise receivers having linear phase response suitable forExpand
In Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems
Bill Baird { Publications References 1] B. Baird. Bifurcation analysis of oscillating neural network model of pattern recognition in the rabbit olfactory bulb. In D. 3] B. Baird. Bifurcation analysisExpand
The Retina. An Approachable Part of the Brain
This book discusses omega-3 fatty acids, proverbs sentences and proverbial phrases from english writings mainly before 1500, and the new religious intolerance overcoming the politics of fear in an anxious age. Expand
  • R. Rosenfeld
  • Medicine
  • Otolaryngology--head and neck surgery : official journal of American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery
  • 2009
I am writing with a simple plea to balance the voluminous articles about treatment in your journal with a modicum of information about nature and caring effects to rekindle the perception of physicians as healers, not only treaters, who relish the gifts of nature, and foster the humanistic aspect of medicine that has thrived for millennia. Expand
Delbruck, Solid-State Circuits
  • IEEE Journal of 43,
  • 2008