NatCSNN: A Convolutional Spiking Neural Network for recognition of objects extracted from natural images

18 Sep 2019Pedro MachadoGeorgina CosmaT. M McGinnity

Biological image processing is performed by complex neural networks composed of thousands of neurons interconnected via thousands of synapses, some of which are excitatory and others inhibitory. Spiking neural models are distinguished from classical neurons by being biological plausible and exhibiting the same dynamics as those observed in biological neurons... (read more)

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