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The concept of biologically motivated time-pulse information processing for design and construction of multifunctional devices of neural logic
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Paper Abstract

On the basis of the analysis of advanced approaches and optoelectronic systems for realization of various logics: two-valued, multi-valued, neural, continuous and others the biologically motivated time-pulse conception for building of multifunctional reconfigurable universal elements with programmable tuning for neurobiologic is grounded. The concept consists in usage of preliminary conversion of multi-level or continuous optic 2D signals into durations of time intervals (the conversion to a temporal area) and further use of time-pulse two-level digital signals that allows to ensure fast tuning to a required function of two-valued, multi-valued and other logics. It is shown that optoelectronic pulse-phase and pulse-width modulators (PPM and PWM) are the base elements for that. Time-pulse coding universal elements for matrix two-valued and multi-valued logics and structural-functional design of universal time-pulse coding elements for neural (continuous) logic are considered in the article. PPMs realized on 1.5μm technology CMOS transistors are considered. The PPMs have parameters: the input photocurrent range is 10nA...10μA; the conversion period is 10μs...1ms; the conversion relative error is 0.1...1%; the conversion law is ramp; the supply voltage is 3V and the power consumption is 83μW. The small power consumption of such PPMs enables successfully their integration in 2Darray with size of 128x128 elements and more and productivity equals 1...10 Giga continuous logic operations per sec.

Paper Details

Date Published: 12 April 2004
PDF: 12 pages
Proc. SPIE 5421, Intelligent Computing: Theory and Applications II, (12 April 2004); doi: 10.1117/12.543000
Show Author Affiliations
Vladimir G. Krasilenko, Open International Univ. of Human Development (Ukraine)
Alexander I. Nikolsky, Open International Univ. of Human Development (Ukraine)
Alexander A. Lazarev, Open International Univ. of Human Development (Ukraine)
V. I. Sholohov, Open International Univ. of Human Development (Ukraine)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 5421:
Intelligent Computing: Theory and Applications II
Kevin L. Priddy, Editor(s)

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