Neuromorphic vision chip fabricated using three-dimensional integration technology

  title={Neuromorphic vision chip fabricated using three-dimensional integration technology},
  author={Mitsumasa Koyanagi and Yukiko Nakagawa and Kang-Wook Lee and Taku Nakamura and Yukio Yamada and Kiyoshi Inamura and Ki-Tae Park and Hiroyuki Kurino},
  journal={2001 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference. Digest of Technical Papers. ISSCC (Cat. No.01CH37177)},
Information processing in the human brain is based on advanced parallel processing with a large number of memories and interconnections. To achieve such highly advanced parallel processing, the human brain has modules with layered structures, that is, three-dimensional structures as basic processing units. The human retina and visual cortex also have layered structures with various kinds of cells. The three-dimensional (3D) integration technology reported here achieves an image processing and… CONTINUE READING
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