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A Massively-Parallel SIMD Processor for Neural Network and Machine Vision Applications

Neural Information Processing Systems

Many well known neural network techniques for adaptive pattern classification and function approximation are inherently highly parallel, and thus have proven difficult toimplement for real-time applications at a reasonable cost.


A Massively-Parallel SIMD Processor for Neural Network and Machine Vision Applications

Neural Information Processing Systems

Many well known neural network techniques for adaptive pattern classification and function approximation are inherently highly parallel, and thus have proven difficult to implement for real-time applications at a reasonable cost.


A Massively-Parallel SIMD Processor for Neural Network and Machine Vision Applications

Neural Information Processing Systems

Many well known neural network techniques for adaptive pattern classification and function approximation are inherently highly parallel, and thus have proven difficult to implement for real-time applications at a reasonable cost.


Dataflow Architectures: Flexible Platforms for Neural Network Simulation

Neural Information Processing Systems

Dataflow architectures are general computation engines optimized for the execution of fme-grain parallel algorithms. Neural networks can be simulated on these systems with certain advantages. In this paper, we review dataflow architectures, examine neural network simulation performance on a new generation dataflow machine, compare that performance to other simulation alternatives, and discuss the benefits and drawbacks of the dataflow approach.


Dataflow Architectures: Flexible Platforms for Neural Network Simulation

Neural Information Processing Systems

Dataflow architectures are general computation engines optimized for the execution of fme-grain parallel algorithms. Neural networks can be simulated on these systems with certain advantages. In this paper, we review dataflow architectures, examine neural network simulation performance on a new generation dataflow machine, compare that performance to other simulation alternatives, and discuss the benefits and drawbacks of the dataflow approach.