English, Article edition: MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF THE PROGRAMING FIELD IN A NEURAL SWITCH USING THE SEMI-INFINITE COPLANAR ELECTRODE APPROXIMATION MAHMOUD Z. ISKANDARANI

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  • MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF THE PROGRAMING FIELD IN A NEURAL SWITCH USING THE SEMI-INFINITE COPLANAR ELECTRODE APPROXIMATION
Author
  • MAHMOUD Z. ISKANDARANI
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  • The design and mathematical modeling of the programing electric field in a neural switch is carried out. The specified function for the switch is to operate as a synaptic processor behaving in an adaptive manner and suitable to be used as a compact programable device with other artificial neural network hardware. Modeling of the switch is carried out by means of complex mathematical analysis employing the SchwarzâChristoffel transform. The effect of inter-electrode separation on the field strength is analyzed in two dimensions. The realized power law function of the programing field is discussed and explained.
  • Neural, mathematical modeling, synapse, memory, information processing
  • RePEc:wsi:acsxxx:v:09:y:2006:i:03:p:193-207
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