Neuromorphic Devices for Brain-inspired Computing: Artificial Intelligence, Perception, and Robotics - KING OF EXCEL

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Neuromorphic Devices for Brain-inspired Computing: Artificial Intelligence, Perception, and Robotics

 

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Neuromorphic Devices for Brain-inspired Computing: Artificial Intelligence, Perception, and Robotics

  • Length: 256 pages
  • Edition: 1
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  • Publication Date: 2022-03-07

Explore the cutting-edge of neuromorphic technologies with applications in Artificial Intelligence

In Neuromorphic Devices for Brain-Inspired Computing: Artificial Intelligence, Perception, and Robotics, a team of expert engineers delivers a comprehensive discussion of all aspects of neuromorphic electronics designed to assist researchers and professionals to understand and apply all manner of brain-inspired computing and perception technologies. The book covers both memristic and neuromorphic devices, including spintronic, multi-terminal, and neuromorphic perceptual applications.

Summarizing recent progress made in five distinct configurations of brain-inspired computing, the authors explore this promising technology’s potential applications in two specific areas: neuromorphic computing systems and neuromorphic perceptual systems. The book also includes:

  • A thorough introduction to two-terminal neuromorphic memristors, including memristive devices and resistive switching mechanisms
  • Comprehensive explorations of spintronic neuromorphic devices and multi-terminal neuromorphic devices with cognitive behaviors
  • Practical discussions of neuromorphic devices based on chalcogenide and organic materials
  • In-depth examinations of neuromorphic computing and perceptual systems with emerging devices

Perfect for materials scientists, biochemists, and electronics engineers, Neuromorphic Devices for Brain-Inspired Computing: Artificial Intelligence, Perception, and Robotics will also earn a place in the libraries of neurochemists, neurobiologists, and neurophysiologists.


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