Cellular Nanoscale Sensory Wave Computing / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
This book is a result of a Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI) project that has been funded by the Office of Naval Research and completed recently. The results manifest a new way of thinking about sensory computing, as well as being one of the first successful attempts to bridge the gap between nanoscale (smaller than 100 nm) devices and CMOS integrated circuits with stored programmable algorithms and software on the system level. In this book the emerging and converging architecture of morphic cellular wave computers based on the concept of Cellular Neural/Nonlinear Network (CNN) is introduced in a practical way. The book also discusses the architecture and operation of a vision system on a chip (VSoC) which is in the first single chip cellular wave computer.
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Table of Contents
A Brief History of CNN and ONR.- Cellular Wave Computing in Nanoscale via Million Processor Chips.- Nanoantenna Infrared Detectors.- Memristors: A New Nanoscale CNN Cell.- Circuit Models of Nanoscale Devices.- A CMOS Vision System On-Chip with Multi-Core, Cellular Sensory-Processing Front-End.- Cellular Multi-core Processor Carrier Chip for Nanoantenna Integration and Experiments.- Circuitry Underlying Visual Processing in the Retina.- Elastic Grid-Based Multi-Fovea Algorithm for Real-Time Object-Motion Detection in Airborne Surveillance.- Low-Power Processor Array Design Strategy for Solving Computationally Intensive 2D Topographic Problems.