Fault-tolerance via weight-noise in analogue VLSI implementations — a case study with EPSILON

@inproceedings{Edwards1997FaulttoleranceVW,
  title={Fault-tolerance via weight-noise in analogue VLSI implementations — a case study with EPSILON},
  author={Peter J. Edwards and Alan F. Murray},
  year={1997}
}
This paper details the experiments carried out with the EPSILON processor card, configured as a MultiLayer Perceptron, and networks optimised for fault tolerance performance using the weight-noise training technique. The aim of the experiments is to show that networks can be trained in advance to be fault tolerant; to be able to compensate for hardware errors after being downloaded onto a hardware platform. The results show that while there is the potential for obtaining such fault tolerant… CONTINUE READING
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