Towards a Neuromorphic Vestibular System (bibtex)
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Towards a Neuromorphic Vestibular System (F. Corradi, D. Zambrano, M. Raglianti, G. Passetti, C. Laschi, G. Indiveri), In Biomedical Circuits and Systems, IEEE Transactions on, IEEE, volume 8, 2014.
Bibtex Entry:
author		= {Corradi, F. and Zambrano, D. and Raglianti, M. and
		  Passetti, G. and Laschi, C. and Indiveri, G.},
title		= {Towards a Neuromorphic Vestibular System},
journal		= {Biomedical Circuits and Systems, {IEEE} Transactions on},
year		= {2014},
month		= {Oct},
volume		= {8},
number		= {5},
pages		= {669--680},
publisher	= {IEEE},
keywords	= {VLSI;bio-inspired materials;biomedical
		  measurement;inertial systems;mechanoception;medical
		  robotics;medical signal processing;neural
		  models;prosthetics;IMU;Inertial Measurement
		  Unit;VLSI;angular position;angular velocity
		  encoding;artificial vestibular system;balance;bio-inspired
		  robotic technologies;biological hair cells;complete
		  low-power neuromorphic vestibular system;computational
		  neuroscience model;custom bio-mimetic gyroscopic
		  sensors;electronic aspects;hardware implementation;head
		  rotational motion;head translational motion;hybrid
		  analog-digital system;integrator network;linear
		  accelerations;mammals;mechanical aspects;neural signal
		  processing pathway;neuromorphic Very Large Scale
		  Integration multineuron chip;neuromorphic
		  principles;otholitic organs;otolith;real semicircular
		  canals;real-time hardware model;real-time
		  performance;response properties;sensory system;spatial
		  orientation;spiking neurons;Angular velocity;Biological
		  system modeling;Integrated circuit
		  measurement unit;neuromorphic system;real-time;very large
		  scale integration;vestibular sensor},
issn		= {1932-4545},
doi		= {10.1109/TBCAS.2014.2358493},
url		= {}
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