The TInMANN VLSI chip

@article{Melton1992TheTV,
  title={The TInMANN VLSI chip},
  author={Matthew S. Melton and Tan Phan and Douglas S. Reeves and David E. van den Bout},
  journal={IEEE transactions on neural networks},
  year={1992},
  volume={3 3},
  pages={375-84}
}
A massively parallel, all-digital, stochastic architecture-TInMANN-that acts as a Kohonen self-organizing feature map is described. A VLSI design is shown for a TInMANN neuron which fits within a small, inexpensive MOSIS TinyChip frame, yet which can be configured to build networks of arbitrary size. The neuron operates at a speed of 15 MHz, making it capable of processing 195000 three-dimensional training examples per second. Three man-months were required to synthesize the neuron and its… CONTINUE READING
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