Learning Hardware Using Multiple-Valued Logic, Part 2: Cube Calculus and Architecture

@article{Perkowski2002LearningHU,
  title={Learning Hardware Using Multiple-Valued Logic, Part 2: Cube Calculus and Architecture},
  author={Marek A. Perkowski and David Foote and Qihong Chen and Anas Al-Rabadi and Lech J{\'o}zwiak},
  journal={IEEE Micro},
  year={2002},
  volume={22},
  pages={52-61}
}
ic learning methods based on multiple-valued (MV) logic and implemented in reconfigurable hardware. In the part one, we discussed why symbolic learning is useful in some applications, such as robotics. We presented an architecture for a massively parallel reconfigurable processor that enables speeding up logic operations performed in learning hardware… CONTINUE READING