Neuromorphics : Biological Nervous Systems Morphed on Silicon

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  title={Neuromorphics : Biological Nervous Systems Morphed on Silicon},
  author={},
  year={2006}
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  • Published 2006
Neuromorphic systems are inspired by the structure, function and plasticity of biological nervous systems [1]. They are artificial neural systems that mimic algorithmic behavior of the biological animal systems through efficient adaptive and intelligent control techniques. They are designed to adapt, learn from their environments, and make decisions like biological systems and not to perform better than them. There are no efforts to eliminate deficiencies inherent in biological systems. This… CONTINUE READING

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