AER Neuro-Inspired interface to Anthropomorphic Robotic Hand
|Author/s||Linares Barranco, Alejandro
Paz Vicente, Rafael
Jiménez Moreno, Gabriel
Pedreño Molina, J.L.
Molina Vilaplana, J.
López Coronado, Juan
|Department||Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Arquitectura y Tecnología de Computadores|
|Abstract||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). ...
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). Such systems may consist of a complicated hierarchical structure with many chips that transmit data among them in real time, while performing some processing (for example, convolutions). The information transmitted is a sequence of spikes coded using high speed digital buses. These multi-layer and multi-chip AER systems perform actually not only image processing, but also audio processing, filtering, learning, locomotion, etc. This paper present an AER interface for controlling an anthropomorphic robotic hand with a neuro-inspired system.
|Project ID.||IST-2001-34124 (CAVIAR)
|Citation||Linares Barranco, A., Paz Vicente, R., Jiménez Moreno, G., Pedreño Molina, J.L., Molina Vilaplana, J. y López Coronado, J. (2006). AER Neuro-Inspired interface to Anthropomorphic Robotic Hand. En IJCNN 2006 : IEEE International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (1497-1504), Vancouver, BC, Canada: IEEE Computer Society.|