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Stem neuromorph$ (all stems)

11 papers:

DACDAC-2015-LiuMLLCLWJBWY #configuration management #design #named
RENO: a high-efficient reconfigurable neuromorphic computing accelerator design (XL, MM, BL, HL, YC, BL, YW, HJ, MB, QW, JY), p. 6.
DACDAC-2015-LiuYYSLLCLWJ #design
A spiking neuromorphic design with resistive crossbar (CL, BY, CY, LS, ZL, BL, YC, HL, QW, HJ), p. 6.
DACDAC-2015-WenWHLHLC #framework #hybrid #scalability
An EDA framework for large scale hybrid neuromorphic computing systems (WW, CRW, XH, BL, TYH, XL, YC), p. 6.
DATEDATE-2015-CalayirDWP #multi #programmable
Analog neuromorphic computing enabled by multi-gate programmable resistive devices (VC, MD, JAW, LP), pp. 928–931.
ICPRICPR-2014-KasturiGRPKHRZSAPAKCKEVPI #algorithm #evaluation #performance #recognition
Performance Evaluation of Neuromorphic-Vision Object Recognition Algorithms (RK, DBG, ER, GAP, EK, DH, YR, QZ, RS, MA, MP, MA, DK, YC, KK, LE, RCV, DFP, LI), pp. 2401–2406.
ASPLOSASPLOS-2014-Gehlhaar #architecture #future of #scalability
Neuromorphic processing: a new frontier in scaling computer architecture (JG), pp. 317–318.
Digital-assisted noise-eliminating training for memristor crossbar-based analog neuromorphic computing engine (BL, MH, HL, ZHM, YC, TH, WZ), p. 6.
DACDAC-2012-Al-MaashriDCCXNC #algorithm #recognition
Accelerating neuromorphic vision algorithms for recognition (AAM, MD, MC, NC, YX, VN, CC), pp. 579–584.
DACDAC-2012-JoubertDBTH #3d #exclamation #problem
Capacitance of TSVs in 3-D stacked chips a problem?: not for neuromorphic systems! (AJ, MD, BB, OT, RH), pp. 1264–1265.
DACDAC-2012-PinoLCHL #case study #modelling #statistics
Statistical memristor modeling and case study in neuromorphic computing (REP, HHL, YC, MH, BL), pp. 585–590.
A case for neuromorphic ISAs (AH, AN, JJT, MHL), pp. 145–158.

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