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Embedding Multi-Task Address-Event- Representation Computation
|Author||Luján Martínez, Carlos
Linares Barranco, Alejandro
Jiménez Moreno, Gabriel
Civit Balcells, Antón
|Department||Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Arquitectura y Tecnología de Computadores|
|Published in||Intelligent Technical Systems|
|Abstract||Address-Event-Representation, AER, is a communication protocol that is
intended to transfer neuronal spikes between bioinspired chips. There are
several AER tools to help to develop and test AER based systems, which ...
Address-Event-Representation, AER, is a communication protocol that is intended to transfer neuronal spikes between bioinspired chips. There are several AER tools to help to develop and test AER based systems, which may consist of a hierarchical structure with several chips that transmit spikes among them in real-time, while performing some processing. Although these tools reach very high bandwidth at the AER communication level, they require the use of a personal computer to allow the higher level processing of the event information. We propose the use of an embedded platform based on a multi-task operating system to allow both, the AER communication and processing without the requirement of either a laptop or a computer. In this paper, we present and study the performance of an embedded multi-task AER tool, connecting and programming it for processing Address-Event information from a spiking generator.
|Citation||Luján Martínez, C., Linares Barranco, A.,...,Civit Balcells, A. (2009). Embedding Multi-Task Address-Event- Representation Computation. En Intelligent Technical Systems (pp. 31-44). Dordrecht: Springer|