Cellular Nanoscale Sensory Wave Computing by Larry Cooper, Joel Davis (auth.), Chagaan Baatar, Wolfgang

By Larry Cooper, Joel Davis (auth.), Chagaan Baatar, Wolfgang Porod, Tamás Roska (eds.)

In this booklet the rising and converging structure of morphic mobile wave desktops in accordance with the idea that of mobile Neural/Nonlinear community (CNN) is brought in a realistic means. The authors contain descriptions of architectures, software program algorithms, in addition to a potential new CNN phone in line with memristor. the 1st unmarried chip mobile wave machine- a imaginative and prescient procedure on a chip (VSoC) is additionally discussed.

Cellular Nanoscale Sensory Wave Computing is because of the a Multidisciplinary collage examine Initiative (MURI) venture that has been funded by means of the place of work of Naval study and accomplished lately. the implications show up a brand new mind set approximately sensory computing, in addition to it truly is one of many first profitable makes an attempt to bridge the distance among nanoscale (smaller than a hundred nm) units and CMOS built-in circuits with saved programmable algorithms and software program at the process level.

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