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Neuromorphic Real-Time Objects Tracking Using Address Event Representation and Silicon Retina
This paper presents a hierarchical neuromorphic system for tracking objects. We use AER (Address Event Representation) for transmitting and processing visual information provided by an asynchronous temporal contrast silicon ...
AER Spiking Neuron Computation on GPUs: The Frame-to-AER Generation
Neuro-inspired processing tries to imitate the nervous system and may resolve complex problems, such as visual recognition. The spike-based philosophy based on the Address-Event-Representation (AER) is a neuromorphic ...
Inter-spike-intervals analysis of AER Poisson-like generator hardware
Address–Event–Representation (AER) is a communication protocol for transferring images between chips, originally developed for bio-inspired image-processing systems. Such systems may consist of a complicated hierarchical ...
An AER to CAN Bridge for Spike-Based Robot Control
Address-Event-Representation (AER) is a bio-inspired communication protocol between chips. A set of AER sensors (retina and cochleas), processors (convolvers, WTA, mappers, …) and actuators can be found in the literature ...
AER Neuro-Inspired interface to Anthropomorphic Robotic Hand
(IEEE Computer Society, 2006)
Address-Event-Representation (AER) is a communication protocol for transferring asynchronous events between VLSI chips, originally developed for neuro-inspired processing systems (for example, image processing). ...
Event-Based Gesture Recognition through a Hierarchy of Time-Surfaces for FPGA
Neuromorphic vision sensors detect changes in luminosity taking inspiration from mammalian retina and providing a stream of events with high temporal resolution, also known as Dynamic Vision Sensors (DVS). This continuous ...