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Selective Attention in Multi-Chip Address-Event Systems
AbstractSelective attention is the strategy used by biological systems to cope with the inherent limits in their available computational resources, in order to efficiently process sensory information. The same strategy can be used in artificial systems that have to process vast amounts of sensory data with limited resources. In this paper we present a neuromorphic VLSI device, the “Selective Attention Chip” (SAC), which can be used to implement these models in multi-chip address-event systems. We also describe a real-time sensory-motor system, which integrates the SAC with a dynamic vision sensor and a robotic actuator. We present experimental results from each component in the system, and demonstrate how the complete system implements a real-time stimulus-driven selective attention model.
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Bartolozzi, C.; Indiveri, G. Selective Attention in Multi-Chip Address-Event Systems. Sensors 2009, 9, 5076-5098.View more citation formats
Bartolozzi C, Indiveri G. Selective Attention in Multi-Chip Address-Event Systems. Sensors. 2009; 9(7):5076-5098.Chicago/Turabian Style
Bartolozzi, Chiara; Indiveri, Giacomo. 2009. "Selective Attention in Multi-Chip Address-Event Systems." Sensors 9, no. 7: 5076-5098.
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