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19 March 2009 Design of neurophysiologically motivated structures of time-pulse coded neurons
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The common methodology of biologically motivated concept of building of processing sensors systems with parallel input and picture operands processing and time-pulse coding are described in paper. Advantages of such coding for creation of parallel programmed 2D-array structures for the next generation digital computers which require untraditional numerical systems for processing of analog, digital, hybrid and neuro-fuzzy operands are shown. The optoelectronic time-pulse coded intelligent neural elements (OETPCINE) simulation results and implementation results of a wide set of neuro-fuzzy logic operations are considered. The simulation results confirm engineering advantages, intellectuality, circuit flexibility of OETPCINE for creation of advanced 2D-structures. The developed equivalentor-nonequivalentor neural element has power consumption of 10mW and processing time about 10...100us.
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Vladimir G. Krasilenko, Alexander I. Nikolsky, Alexander A. Lazarev, and Raisa F. Lobodzinska "Design of neurophysiologically motivated structures of time-pulse coded neurons", Proc. SPIE 7343, Independent Component Analyses, Wavelets, Neural Networks, Biosystems, and Nanoengineering VII, 73430J (19 March 2009);

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