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YANG, FANG (author)
This dissertation describes an approach to building a self-timed asynchronous pulse-mode serial link circuit. Unlike asynchronous handshake circuits or synchronous circuits, this design style does not require any feedback control blocks, which can increase latency, or any clock recovery circuits, which can increase energy consumption and...
master thesis 2021
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Hijlkema, Sybold (author)
Mobile devices are getting increasingly powerful, becoming compatible<br/>for an ever increasing set of functionality. Applications based around<br/>neural networks however still have to offload parts of their computations<br/>to the cloud since current Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs) are<br/>still too computationally expensive for any...
master thesis 2021
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Li, Pai (author)
Neuromorphic electronic systems have used asynchronous logic combined with continuous-time analog circuits to emulate neurons, synapses, and learning algorithms. It is attractive because of its low power consumption and feasible implementation. Typically, the neuron firing rates are lower than the modern digital systems. Thus, the endpoints of...
master thesis 2021
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Prozée, Randy (author)
The development of the Spiking Neural Network (SNN) offers great potential in combination with new types of event-based sensors, by exploiting the embedded temporal information. When combined with dedicated neuromorphic hardware it enables ultra-low power solutions and local on-chip learning. This work implements and presents a viable...
master thesis 2021
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de Gelder, Luuk (author)
Conversion from digital information to spike trains is needed for Spiking Neural Networks. Moreover, it is one of the most important steps for Spiking Neural Networks. This conversion could lead to much information loss depending on which encoding algorithm is used. Another major problem that can occur in a specific use-case is the limited...
master thesis 2021
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van Wezel, Martijn (author)
Neurons in Spiking Neural Networks (SNNs) communicate through spikes, similarly that neurons in the brain communicate, thus mimicking the brain. The working of SNNs is temporally based, as the spikes are time-dependent. SNNs have the benefit to perform continual classification, and are inherently more low-power than other Artificial Neural...
master thesis 2020
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Vyas, Rahul (author)
Autonomous vehicle (AV technology) relies heavily on vision based applications like object recognition, obstacle/collision avoidance etc. In order to achieve this, understanding and estimating the dynamics in the environment is extremely important. LIDARs are proven to detect both shape as well as the speed/movement of the objects in the scene...
master thesis 2019
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Lauriks, Joppe (author)
Spiking Neural Networks have opened new doors in the world of Neural Networks. This study implements and shows a viable architecture to detect and classify blob-like input data. An architecture consisting of three parts a region proposal network, weight calculations, and the classifier is discussed and implemented. The region proposal network is...
master thesis 2019
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Joshi, Ninad (author)
Traditional Artificial Neural Networks(ANNs)like CNNs have shown tremendous opportunities in various domains like autonomous cars, disease diagnosis, etc. Proven learning algorithms like backpropagation help ANNs in achieving higher accuracy. But there is a serious challenge with the increasing popularity of traditional ANNs is of energy...
master thesis 2019
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Coenen, Joris (author)
One of the challenges of neuromorphic computing is efficiently routing spikes from neurons to their connected synapses. The aim of this thesis is to design a spike-routing architecture for flexible connections on single-chip neuromorphic systems. A model for estimating area, power consumption, memory, spike latency and link utilisation for...
master thesis 2019
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Mes, Johan (author)
The Self-Organizing Map (SOM) is an unsupervised neural networktopology that incorporates competitive learning for the classicationof data. In this thesis we investigate the design space of a system incorporating such a topology based on Spiking Neural Networks (SNNs), and apply it to classifying electrocardiogram (ECG) beats. We present novel...
master thesis 2018
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Lin, Haipeng (author)
The high level of realism of spiking neuron networks and their complexity require a considerable computational resources limiting the size of the realized networks. Consequently, the main challenge in building complex and biologically accurate spiking neuron network is largely set by the high computational and data transfer demands. In this...
master thesis 2017
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