Neuromorphic Circuits With Neural Modulation Enhancing the Information Content of Neural Signaling

@article{Alzahrani2020NeuromorphicCW,
  title={Neuromorphic Circuits With Neural Modulation Enhancing the Information Content of Neural Signaling},
  author={Rami A. Alzahrani and A. Parker},
  journal={International Conference on Neuromorphic Systems 2020},
  year={2020}
}
Biological neurons signal each other in a rich and complex manner to perform complex cognitive computing tasks in real-time. The implementation of such capabilities using electronic circuits is a difficult task. Many neuromorphic circuits mimic different aspects of a biological neuron, yet neural modulation has received little focus. Modulation is a key aspect of understanding how neuron processes and interprets information. We posit that each neuron may have a unique built-in modulation… Expand
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