Neuromorphic Hardware In The Loop: Training a Deep Spiking Network on the BrainScaleS Wafer-Scale System

6 Mar 2017Sebastian SchmittJohann KlaehnGuillaume BellecAndreas GrueblMaurice GuettlerAndreas HartelStephan HartmannDan HusmannKai HusmannVitali KarasenkoMitja KleiderChristoph KokeChristian MauchEric MuellerPaul MuellerJohannes PartzschMihai A. PetroviciStefan SchieferStefan ScholzeBernhard VoggingerRobert LegensteinWolfgang MaassChristian MayrJohannes SchemmelKarlheinz Meier

Emulating spiking neural networks on analog neuromorphic hardware offers several advantages over simulating them on conventional computers, particularly in terms of speed and energy consumption. However, this usually comes at the cost of reduced control over the dynamics of the emulated networks... (read more)

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