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On exploiting the synaptic interaction properties to obtain frequency-specific neurons

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Energy consumption remains the main limiting factors in many IoT applications. In particular, micro-controllers consume far too much power. In order to overcome this problem, new circuit designs have been proposed and the use of spiking neurons and analog computing has emerged as it allows a very significant consumption reduction. However, working in the analog domain brings difficulty to handle the sequential processing of incoming signals as is needed in many use cases. In this paper, we use a bio-inspired phenomenon called Interacting Synapses to produce a time filter, without using non-biological techniques such as synaptic delays. We propose a model of neuron and synapses that fire for a specific range of delays between two incoming spikes, but do not react when this Inter-Spike Timing is not in that range. We study the parameters of the model to understand how to choose them and adapt the Inter-Spike Timing. The originality of the paper is to propose a new way, in the analog domain, to deal with temporal sequences.
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hal-04182362 , version 1 (16-11-2023)

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Guillaume Marthe, Claire Goursaud, Romain Cazé, Laurent Clavier. On exploiting the synaptic interaction properties to obtain frequency-specific neurons. DCAS 2023 - IEEE 16th Dallas Circuits and Systems Conference, Apr 2023, Denton, United States. pp.1-6, ⟨10.1109/DCAS57389.2023.10130264⟩. ⟨hal-04182362⟩
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