ULSI Architectures for Artificial Neural Networks

Rückert U (2002)
IEEE Micro 22(3): 10-19.

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No clear consensus exists about how to exploit the potential for massively parallel implementations of artificial neural networks. Three hardware implementations to demonstrate the key issues surrounding their use are: model specific integrated circuits for neural associative memories, self-organizing feature maps, and local cluster neural networks
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Rückert U. ULSI Architectures for Artificial Neural Networks. IEEE Micro. 2002;22(3):10-19.
Rückert, U. (2002). ULSI Architectures for Artificial Neural Networks. IEEE Micro, 22(3), 10-19.
Rückert, U. (2002). ULSI Architectures for Artificial Neural Networks. IEEE Micro 22, 10-19.
Rückert, U., 2002. ULSI Architectures for Artificial Neural Networks. IEEE Micro, 22(3), p 10-19.
U. Rückert, “ULSI Architectures for Artificial Neural Networks”, IEEE Micro, vol. 22, 2002, pp. 10-19.
Rückert, U.: ULSI Architectures for Artificial Neural Networks. IEEE Micro. 22, 10-19 (2002).
Rückert, Ulrich. “ULSI Architectures for Artificial Neural Networks”. IEEE Micro 22.3 (2002): 10-19.
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