CMOS and memristive hardware for neuromorphic computing

Rahimi Azghadi, Mostafa, Chen, Ying-Chen, Eshraghian, Jason K., Chen, Jia, Lin, Chih-Yang, Amirsoleimani, Amirali, Mehonic, Adnan, Kenyon, Anthony J., Fowler, Burt, Lee, Jack C., and Chang, Yao-Feng (2020) CMOS and memristive hardware for neuromorphic computing. Advanced Intelligent Systems. (In Press)

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The ever-increasing processing power demands of digital computers cannot continue to be fulfilled indefinitely unless there is a paradigm shift in computing. Neuromorphic computing, which takes inspiration from the highly parallel, low power, high speed, and noise-tolerant computing capabilities of the brain, may provide such a shift. To that end, various aspects of the brain, from its basic building blocks, such as neurons and synapses, to its massively parallel in-memory computing networks have been being studied by the huge neuroscience community. Concurrently, many researchers from across academia and industry have been studying materials, devices, circuits, and systems, to implement some of the functions of networks of neurons and synapses to develop bio-inspired (neuromorphic) computing platforms.

Item ID: 62462
Item Type: Article (Research - C1)
ISSN: 2640-4567
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Date Deposited: 24 Mar 2020 00:12
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