Corpus ID: 2028209

Overview of neural hardware

  title={Overview of neural hardware},
  author={J. N. H. Heemskerk},
  • J. N. H. Heemskerk
  • Published 1995
  • Computer Science
  • Neural hardware has undergone rapid development during the last few years. This paper presents an overview of neural hardware projects within industries and academia. It describes digital, analog, and hybrid neurochips and accelerator boards as well as large-scale neurocomputers built from general purpose processors and communication elements. Special attention is given to multiprocessor projects that focus on scalability, flexibility, and adaptivity of the design and thus seem suitable for… CONTINUE READING
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