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2007 :: Volume 3, Number 2 Spring

  • Supervised learning in spiking neural networks
  • Dealing with unexpected words
  • Embedded vision systems for real-time applications
  • Can spike-based speech recognition systems outperform conventional approaches?
  • Book review: Analog VLSI circuits for the perception of visual motion
  • Editorial: Feeding the senses


2006 :: Volume 3, Number 1 Summer

  • A neurobiological perspective
    on intelligent devices
  • Freeing vision from frames
  • Light touch for balance
  • AER representation tools
    Laboratory Notes
  • Unconventional functions in
    charge-based CMOS
    Workshop Review
  • INE/UPenn word-serial AER
    workshop

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2005 :: Volume 2, Number 2 Autumn

  • A neuromorphic robot vision with a mixed analog- digital architecture
  • Telluride Workshop highlights
  • The Telluride ‘Grand Challenge’ Robot Race
  • The Audiosapiana robot contender
  • A high-speed/precision winner-take-all circuit
  • Bio-inspired robot vision for a grasping task
  • Wide-dynamic-range imaging
  • A cortically-inspired active binocular vision system
  • The USB Revolution

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2005 :: Volume 2, Number 1 Spring

In this issue:

  • Special section on INI AER
  • Iqr simulator for large-scale neuronal systems
  • VLSI networks of I&F networks with spike-timing dependent plasticity
  • AER hardware and software
  • An AER Ear Laboratory Notes
  • INI sensor-control-interface board and tuning GUI Book Review
  • Shibata on new CMOS Imaging title

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2004 :: Volume 1, Number 2 Autumn

In this issue:

  • Layout compiler for word-serial address-event transceiver
  • Visual target tracking based on fly figure-detection cells
  • Prototyping neural networks for legged-locomotion
  • A distributed network for visual processing
  • An electromyography- controlled tail

Laboratory Notes:

  • Saliency on a chip: Caltech’s digital approach
  • A bias-current-generators toolkit
  • The Tekkotsu development framework for the Sony AIBO

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2004 :: Volume 1, Number 1 Spring

In this issue:

  • Telluride: Call for applications
  • Smart building research at ETH/Caltech
  • Wide dynamic range imaging from Ben Gurion
  • University of Oslo on using the time domain
  • Johns Hopkins research on using the time domain in analog circuits
  • Caltech and MBARI collaborate to see jellies
  • Imperial College vision chips for biomedical imaging
  • CNRS robotic flight guidance

Laboratory Notes:

  • The iLab Neuromorphic Vision C++ Toolkit from USC

Library Essentials:

  • Analog VLSI & Neural Systems
  • Mark Tilden and WowWee Toys introduce the Robosapien