Neuromorphic Systems: From Biological Foundations to System Properties and Real World Applications.
BROWN UNIV PROVIDENCE RI
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This is written to provide a semi-annual progress report for the contract N00014-91-J-1316 entitled Neuromorphic Systems From Biological Foundations to System Properties and Real World Applications. The major goal of our research is to elucidate the biological mechanisms that underlie learning and memory to find principles of organization that can account both for experimental data on the cellular level and, when applied to large numbers of neurons that receive sensory andor interneuronal information, for various higher level system properties. Then to apply this in the construction of advanced neural architectures that can be used in practical applications such as mine detection.
- Anatomy and Physiology