Contributions to neuromorphic and reconfigurable circuits and systems

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Title: Contributions to neuromorphic and reconfigurable circuits and systems
Author: Nease, Stephen Howard
Abstract: This thesis presents a body of work in the field of reconfigurable and neuromorphic circuits and systems. Three main projects were undertaken. The first was using a Field-Programmable Analog Array (FPAA) to model the cable behavior of dendrites using analog circuits. The second was to design, lay out, and test part of a new FPAA, the RASP 2.9v. The final project was to use floating-gate programming to remove offsets in a neuromorphic FPAA, the RASP Neuron 1D.
Type: Thesis
Date: 2011-07-08
Publisher: Georgia Institute of Technology
Subject: Reconfigurable
Brain Computer simulation
Neural networks (Computer science)
Field programmable gate arrays
Department: Electrical and Computer Engineering
Advisor: Committee Member: Anderson, David; Committee Member: Ghovanloo, Maysam; Committee Member: Hasler, Paul
Degree: MS

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