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FY1995 four-terminal-device intelligent LSI system for real-time event recognition; 1995 nendo shunji ninshiki kino wo motta 4 tanshi device chino LSI no kenkyu

Abstract

Development of an intelligent LSI system having real-time response capability for real-word events. This is accomplished by enhancing the functionality of an elemental device, employing ultra-fine-grain parallelism and merging software directly in the LSI hardware. Intelligent functions are created directly on the LSI hardware, thus enabling real-time recognition by electronic systems. The origin of human intelligence lies in the huge memory data base acquired through one's life and the very fast search mechanism to recall the 'most similar' event to the current input. Based on this principle components of intelligent LSI systems have been developed. An analog EEPROM technology capable of storing 256 levels of data per cell without time-consuming write/verify operations has been developed. In situ monitoring of memory content during writing has allowed us high-accuracy data writing. A high-speed parallel-search engine for the minimum distance vector (an associator) has been developed using neuron MOS technology. The associator has been applied to the motion vector detector as an example, which has shown a very fast detection with an extremely simple hardware configuration. The association architecture has been applied to a real-time motion picture compression system, demonstrating three orders of magnitude higher performance than typical CISC processors (Pentium 166MHz). (NEDO)
Authors:
"NONE"
Publication Date:
Mar 01, 1997
Product Type:
Technical Report
Report Number:
JP-NEDO-010010638
Resource Relation:
Other Information: PBD: Mar 1997
Subject:
42 ENGINEERING; PATTERN RECOGNITION; SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES; INTEGRATED CIRCUITS; MEMORY DEVICES; MOS TRANSISTORS; COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE; COMPUTER CODES; COMPUTER CALCULATIONS; NEURAL NETWORKS; PARALLEL PROCESSING
OSTI ID:
20085375
Research Organizations:
New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization, Tokyo (Japan)
Country of Origin:
Japan
Language:
Japanese
Other Identifying Numbers:
TRN: JN9940957
Availability:
Available to ETDE participating countries only(see www.etde.org); commercial reproduction prohibited; OSTI as DE20085375
Submitting Site:
NEDO
Size:
247 pages
Announcement Date:

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FY1995 four-terminal-device intelligent LSI system for real-time event recognition; 1995 nendo shunji ninshiki kino wo motta 4 tanshi device chino LSI no kenkyu. Japan: N. p., 1997. Web.
FY1995 four-terminal-device intelligent LSI system for real-time event recognition; 1995 nendo shunji ninshiki kino wo motta 4 tanshi device chino LSI no kenkyu. Japan.
1997. "FY1995 four-terminal-device intelligent LSI system for real-time event recognition; 1995 nendo shunji ninshiki kino wo motta 4 tanshi device chino LSI no kenkyu." Japan.
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title = {FY1995 four-terminal-device intelligent LSI system for real-time event recognition; 1995 nendo shunji ninshiki kino wo motta 4 tanshi device chino LSI no kenkyu}
abstractNote = {Development of an intelligent LSI system having real-time response capability for real-word events. This is accomplished by enhancing the functionality of an elemental device, employing ultra-fine-grain parallelism and merging software directly in the LSI hardware. Intelligent functions are created directly on the LSI hardware, thus enabling real-time recognition by electronic systems. The origin of human intelligence lies in the huge memory data base acquired through one's life and the very fast search mechanism to recall the 'most similar' event to the current input. Based on this principle components of intelligent LSI systems have been developed. An analog EEPROM technology capable of storing 256 levels of data per cell without time-consuming write/verify operations has been developed. In situ monitoring of memory content during writing has allowed us high-accuracy data writing. A high-speed parallel-search engine for the minimum distance vector (an associator) has been developed using neuron MOS technology. The associator has been applied to the motion vector detector as an example, which has shown a very fast detection with an extremely simple hardware configuration. The association architecture has been applied to a real-time motion picture compression system, demonstrating three orders of magnitude higher performance than typical CISC processors (Pentium 166MHz). (NEDO)}
place = {Japan}
year = {1997}
month = {Mar}
}