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Adaptive sound localization with a silicon cochlea pair »

Vincent Yue-Sek Chan, Craig T. Jin, and André van Schaik

A neuromorphic sound localization system is presented, based on the extraction of interaural time difference from a far-field source and employing two microphones and a pair of silicon cochleae with address event interface for front-end processing.

A silicon vocal tract »

and Sunny Bains

Researchers at MIT have developed the first integrated-circuit vocal tract, which could eventually make it's way into high-end PDAs. It's biologically inspired and combined with a bionic-ear processor in a feedback loop. This means it can not only be used...
Audio-visual sensor fusion for object localization »

Vincent Chan

Using the onset time of stimuli, a biologically-inspired system learns to identify the sources of sounds.
The silicon cochlea: 20 years on »

Tara Julia Hamilton

The interesting dynamics of the cochlea are increasingly successfully being implemented using electronics.
Multiplier-less reconfigurable architectures for spiking neural networks »

Arfan Ghani

Large numbers of neurons can be implemented on fully-parallel reconfigurable platforms such as FPGAs.


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