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Neurobiology research suggests that information can be represented by the location of an activity spot in a population of cells (`place coding"), and that this information can be processed by means of networks of interconnections. Place Coding in Analog VLSI defines a representation convention of similar flavor intended for analog-integrated circuit design. It investigates its properties and suggests ways to build circuits on the basis of this coding scheme. In this electronic version of place coding, numbers are represented by the state of an array of nodes called a map, and computation is carried out by a network of links. In the simplest case, a link is just a wire connecting a node of an input map to a node of an output map. In other cases, a link is an elementary circuit cell. Networks of links are somewhat reminiscent of look-up tables in that they hardwire an arbitrary function of one or several variables. Interestingly, these structures are also related to fuzzy rules, as well as some types of artificial neural networks. The place coding approach provides several substantial benefits over conventional analog design: Networks of links can be synthesized by a simple procedure whatever the function to be computed. Place coding is tolerant to perturbations and noise in current-mode implementations. Tolerance to noise implies that the fundamental power dissipation limits of conventional analog circuits can be overcome by using place coding. The place coding approach is illustrated by three integrated circuits computing non-linear functions of several variables. The simplest one is made up of 80 links and achieves submicrowatt power consumption in continuous operation. The most complex one incorporates about 1800 links for a power consumption of 6 milliwatts, and controls the operation of an active vision system with a moving field of view. Place Coding in Analog VLSI is primarily intended for researchers and practicing engineers involved in analog and digital hardware design (especially bio-inspired circuits). The book is also a valuable reference for researchers and students in neurobiology, neuroscience, robotics, fuzzy logic and fuzzy control.
|Statement||by Oliver Landolt|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] :|
|Pagination||1 online resource (xii, 215 p.)|
|Number of Pages||215|
|ISBN 10||1461376106, 1461557011|
|ISBN 10||9781461376101, 9781461557012|
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Place Coding in Analog VLSI is primarily intended for researchers and practicing engineers involved in analog and digital hardware design (especially bio-inspired circuits). The book is also a valuable reference for researchers and students in neurobiology, neuroscience, robotics, fuzzy logic and.
Abstract. Findings in neurobiology suggest that information can be represented by the location of an activation spot in a population of cells ("place coding"), and that this information can be processed by means of networks of interconnections. This approach has been applied to the design of an analog VLSI circuit which computes a nonlinear function.
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McGraw-Hill International Book Company, - Technology & Engineering - pages. 1 Review. Place Coding in Analog VLSI: A Neuromorphic Approach to Computation All Book Search results » Bibliographic information. Title: Microelectronics: digital and analog circuits and systems International student edition McGraw-Hill 5/5(1).
Mead and Conway's book is still quite germane. For those of you new to VLSI, this book is one of the key texts in the field.
Inthe authors managed to abstract the common steps in chip fabrication. In such a way that chip design could now be taught at the undergraduate level, using this book.
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Title: Microelectronics: Digital and Analog Circuits and Systems Electronic. Get this from a library. Place coding in analog VLSI: a neuromorphic approach to computation. [Oliver Landolt]. Hello BTech Electronics (ECE/EC/ET) Engineering students, I have shared these amazing lecture notes, book/eBook for the subject - VLSI engineering as per the BTech Electronics Engineering course curriculum.
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A complete set of portable CMOS libraries is provided, including a RAM generator, a ROM generator and a data-path compiler. This book presents VLSI architectural design and chip implementation for high definition H/AVC video encoding with a complete FPGA prototype.
It serves as an invaluable reference for anyone interested in VLSI design for video coding. VLSI Design 2 Very-large-scale integration (VLSI) is the process of creating an integrated circuit (IC) by combining thousands of transistors into a single chip. VLSI began in the s when complex semiconductor and communication technologies were being developed.
The microprocessor is a VLSI File Size: 1MB. of this book will help establish it as the leading text or reference book for several years to come. This is a good book on VLSI DSP system design. I still hope the author could talk something more about implementation, especially VLSI circuit design.
It seems this book covers too much about theory instead of design and Size: KB.Digital VLSI Design Verification practices have evolved and they continue to evolve rapidly.
Historically, writing directed tests and simulating them against a design was a laborious and time consuming exploding design complexity, verifying a design has become the most critical task and is usually the longest pole in a project schedule/5(30).SECTION 1 INTRODUCTION Walt Kester ORIGINS OF REAL-WORLD SIGNALS AND THEIR UNITS OF MEASUREMENT In this book, we will primarily be dealing with the processing of real-world signals using both analog and digital techniques.
Before starting, however, let's look at a few key concepts and definitions required to lay the groundwork for things to come.