Spike-based acoustic signal processing chips for detection and localization

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Voltage spikes are ubiquitous in biological nervous systems. How spikes can be used to encode signals, facilitate communication, and implement important computations is an important question of contemporary neuroscience. Acoustic processing tasks provide a rich range of applications for this encoding scheme. As a summary of the Ph.D. research of the first… (More)

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@article{Abdalla2008SpikebasedAS, title={Spike-based acoustic signal processing chips for detection and localization}, author={H. H. Abdalla and T. K. Horiuchi}, journal={2008 IEEE Biomedical Circuits and Systems Conference}, year={2008}, pages={225-228} }