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Emerging neuromorphic computing architectures & enabling hardware for cognitive information processing applications

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Pino, R.E. ; Adv. Comput. Archit., United States Air Force Res. Lab., Rome, NY, USA ; Genello, G. ; Bishop, M. ; Moore, M.J.
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The highly cross-disciplinary emerging field of neuromorphic computing architectures for cognitive information processing applications requires knowledge within many research fields: computer architecture, neuroscience, cognitive psychology, cognitive modeling, dynamical systems, belief systems, software, computer engineering, etc. In our effort to develop cognitive systems atop a neuromorphic computing architecture, we explored the issues associated with mapping computing strategies such as the Brain State-in-a-Box and Confabulation within a Cell-BE powered 54 TeraFlops high performance computer Linux cluster. In this work, we seek to understand the underlying mechanisms for emulating neuromorphic-based cognitive process and their computational scaling properties towards human-like cognition and perception.

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Cognitive Information Processing (CIP), 2010 2nd International Workshop on

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14-16 June 2010

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