Neuromorphic Engineering Methods – Morphing Biology on Silicon

Neuromorphic systems design method involves the mapping of models of perfection and sensory processing in biological systems onto analog VLSI systems which emulate the biological functions at the same time resembling their structural architecture.   These systems are mainly designed with CMOS transistors that enable low power consumption, higher chip density and integration, lower cost. These transistors are biased to operate mainly in the sub-threshold region to enable the realizations of high dynamic range of currents which are very important for neural systems design.   Elements of adaptation and learning (a sort of higher level of adaptation in which past … Continue reading Neuromorphic Engineering Methods – Morphing Biology on Silicon