VLSI Bit-Serial Neural Networks
A synthetic neural network can be viewed as a large parallel array of n 2 synaptic operators (for n neurons) that is able to model some of the brain’s characteristics. The VLSI neural network described, functions with bit-serial, two’s complement arithmetic and uses a single phase clocking technique operating at a minimum of 20 MHz (McGregor et al 1987).
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