By Alan A. Stocker
Analog and parallel processing are key features of organic neural networks. Analog VLSI circuits utilizing a similar positive aspects can consequently be built to emulate brain-style processing. utilizing common CMOS expertise, they are often cost effectively synthetic, allowing effective commercial and shopper functions in robotics and cellular electronics.
This e-book explores the speculation, layout and implementation of analog VLSI circuits, encouraged by way of visible movement processing in organic neural networks. utilizing a singular strategy pioneered via the writer himself, Stocker explains intimately the development of a sequence of digital chips, supplying the reader with a useful functional perception into the technology.
Analog VLSI Circuits for the conception of visible Motion:
- analyses the computational difficulties in visible movement perception;
- examines the problem of optimization in analog networks via excessive point tactics reminiscent of movement segmentation and selective attention;
- demonstrates community implementation in analog VLSI CMOS know-how to supply computationally effective devices;
- sets out measurements of ultimate implementation;
- illustrates the similarities of the awarded circuits with the human visible movement belief system;
- includes an accompanying site with videos of circuits lower than real-time visible stipulations and extra supplementary material.
With a whole evaluate of all latest neuromorphic analog VLSI platforms for visible movement sensing, Analog VLSI Circuits for the conception of visible Motion is a special reference for complicated scholars in electric engineering, synthetic intelligence, robotics and computational neuroscience. it's going to even be worthwhile for researchers, execs, and electronics engineers operating within the field.
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