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Address-event-representation tools »

Alejandro Linares-Barranco and Antón Civit-Balcells

European-funded boards will support eight million events per second.
 
 
The USB revolution »

Paul Merolla, John Arthur, and John Wittig

The new high-performance interface allows rapid development of real-time applications.
 
 
Helping neuromorphic sensors leave the designer's desk »

Jörg Conradt

A new interface allows researchers to explore the use of neuromorphic sensors on real-world devices.
 
 
Tuning analog VLSI chips with a mouse click »

Matthias Oster

A flexible interface allows easy integration between neuromorphic chips and computer in/out boards.
 
 

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