Spiking Elementary Motion Detector in Neuromorphic Systems

Milde MB, Bertrand O, Ramachandran H, Egelhaaf M, Chicca E (2018)
Neural Computation 30(9): 2384-2417.

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Milde MB, Bertrand O, Ramachandran H, Egelhaaf M, Chicca E. Spiking Elementary Motion Detector in Neuromorphic Systems. Neural Computation. 2018;30(9):2384-2417.
Milde, M. B., Bertrand, O., Ramachandran, H., Egelhaaf, M., & Chicca, E. (2018). Spiking Elementary Motion Detector in Neuromorphic Systems. Neural Computation, 30(9), 2384-2417. doi:10.1162/neco_a_01112
Milde, M. B., Bertrand, O., Ramachandran, H., Egelhaaf, M., and Chicca, E. (2018). Spiking Elementary Motion Detector in Neuromorphic Systems. Neural Computation 30, 2384-2417.
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M.B. Milde, et al., “Spiking Elementary Motion Detector in Neuromorphic Systems”, Neural Computation, vol. 30, 2018, pp. 2384-2417.
Milde, M.B., Bertrand, O., Ramachandran, H., Egelhaaf, M., Chicca, E.: Spiking Elementary Motion Detector in Neuromorphic Systems. Neural Computation. 30, 2384-2417 (2018).
Milde, Moritz B., Bertrand, Olivier, Ramachandran, Harshawardhan, Egelhaaf, Martin, and Chicca, Elisabetta. “Spiking Elementary Motion Detector in Neuromorphic Systems”. Neural Computation 30.9 (2018): 2384-2417.
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