IP-based methodology for analog design flow: Application on neuromorphic engineering

@article{Levi2008IPbasedMF,
  title={IP-based methodology for analog design flow: Application on neuromorphic engineering},
  author={Tomer Levi and Noelle Lewis and J. Tomas and Pascal Fouillat},
  journal={2008 Joint 6th International IEEE Northeast Workshop on Circuits and Systems and TAISA Conference},
  year={2008},
  pages={343-346}
}
Analog and Mixed Signal design flow has to be improved. In a specific application, neuromorphic engineering, we propose a definition of the analog IP (Intellectual Property) content and the structure of an IP-based library. The case study consists in the neuron-level integration of a complete system that emulates spiking neural networks. A reuse methodology based on the IP concept is developed and we show how it can be used to accelerate the design cycle of the next ASIC generation. 

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