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Images related to the BrainScaleS system (physical model neuromorphic computing system)

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BrainScaleS Neuromorphic Compute System full wafer (before post-processing) in the wafer mounting bracket. The 20cm wafer contains 48 reticles with 8 HICANN each.
In total 196.608 point-neurons and 44.040.192 synapses.

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Universität Heidelberg
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A VLSI-Based Neural Network ASIC (Spikey, 384 neurons and about 100000 synapses), Electronic Vision(s) Group, Heidelberg

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Matthias Hock, Universität Heidelberg

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The BrainScaleS neuromorphic system: single synapse to 20 wafer systems platform system view. (March 2016)

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Universität Heidelberg
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The BrainScaleS logo

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Universität Heidelberg
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Voltage trace of a spiking electronic neuron on an oscilloscope

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Universität Heidelberg
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Images related to the SpiNNaker system (digital many core neuromorphic computing system)

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Boxed 48-node SpiNNaker board Steve Furber (The University of Manchester)
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Labelled SpiNNaker chip layout Steve Furber (The University of Manchester)
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48-node SpiNNaker board Steve Furber (The University of Manchester)
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The 500,000-core SpiNNaker HBP Platform Steve Furber (The University of Manchester)
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