Description - Analog VLSI Circuits for the Perception of Visual Motion by Alan A. Stocker
Computational neuroscience is a growing research area that has recently become the subject of many government research initiatives. It attracts an increasing number of young researchers. Accordingly, the need for 'state-of-the-art' books is also growing rapidly. This book is a unique contribution to this growing area, presenting a complete range of discussion, from the analysis of the problem, to measurements of final hardware implementation. - Provides an up-to-date reference on analog VLSI implementations of visual motion processing algorithms. - Presents a unique blend of algorithm and implementation. CD-ROM containing: - demonstration material to illustrate topics in visual motion perception, optical flow estimation and motion segmentation. - animated clips of the simulation results and video clips showing the real-world real-time behavior of the aVLSI implementations. - MATLAB source code for simulating the different network architectures. - Comprehensible for a general research community. - A review of the 'state-of-the-art' in the field of neuromorphic artificial aVLSI visual motion systems.
This book and CD-ROM is ideal for post-graduate students, lecturers and researchers in computational neuroscience, artificial intelligence, robotics and neuromorphic engineers. It will also be of benefit to professionals and engineers in electrical and electronic engineering, computer science, applied mathematics and neurobiology.
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