A Mixed Signal 65nm CMOS Implementation of a Spiking Neural Network
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Spiking neural networks (SNNs) are an emerging class of biologically inspired Artificial Neural Networks implemented in machine learning and artificial intelligence. Current state-of-the-art small- and large-scale SNNs are mainly implemented as digital hardware with time-multiplexing techniques to achieve power efficiency. In this thesis, a 65 nm CMOS mixed signal asynchronous SNN implementation was designed and simulated. The proposed design reduces hardware and timing complexity over existing implementations and opens opportunities for further larger-scale implementations.
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Yangtian Yan (2022). A Mixed Signal 65nm CMOS Implementation of a Spiking Neural Network. UWSpace. http://hdl.handle.net/10012/18648