By Alan A. Stocker
Analog and parallel processing are key features of organic neural networks. Analog VLSI circuits utilizing an analogous gains can hence be constructed to emulate brain-style processing. utilizing regular CMOS know-how, they are often affordably synthetic, allowing effective business and purchaser purposes in robotics and cellular electronics.
This publication explores the speculation, layout and implementation of analog VLSI circuits, encouraged via visible movement processing in organic neural networks. utilizing a singular process pioneered by way of the writer himself, Stocker explains intimately the development of a sequence of digital chips, supplying the reader with a necessary useful perception into the technology.
Analog VLSI Circuits for the notion of visible Motion:
- analyses the computational difficulties in visible movement perception;
- examines the problem of optimization in analog networks via excessive point techniques similar to 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 notion system;
- includes an accompanying site with movies of circuits less than real-time visible stipulations and extra supplementary material.
With an entire assessment of all latest neuromorphic analog VLSI platforms for visible movement sensing, Analog VLSI Circuits for the belief of visible Motion is a special reference for complex scholars in electric engineering, man made intelligence, robotics and computational neuroscience. it's going to even be invaluable for researchers, pros, and electronics engineers operating within the field.
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Analog VLSI Circuits for the Perception of Visual Motion by Alan A. Stocker