Bioinspired sensory integration for environment-perception embedded systems
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In this work, the architecture of a system intended for bioinspired environment perception is described. Considering the technology trends and applications requirements, the properties of such a system are discussed. The system consists of four main blocks: a) A set of different integrated microsensors and microactuators with the associated signal conditioning circuits; b) A data encoding block that in its simplest form performs spike encoding of information; c) a bioinspired digital processing block that efficiently emulates a spiking neuron network; d) a monitoring and self-adaptation block that provides feedback to the sensors and actuators. In its final implementation, the full system would eventually be almost fully integrated in a CMOS integrated circuit.
CitationMadrenas, J. [et al.]. Bioinspired sensory integration for environment-perception embedded systems. A: BIODEVICES - International Conference on Biomedical Electronics and Devices. "BIODEVICES 2011". Roma: 2011, p. 260-267.
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