A neural network with sequential memories embedded by pseudoinverse method is investigated. Neural connectivity is varied to introduce and control the degree of chaos in the network. It is possible to realize novel functions by introducing chaos.
Light adaptive algorithms/architectures are proposed for regularization vision chips. The adaptation mechanisms allow the regularization parameters to change in an adaptive manner in accordance with the light intensity of given images. This is achieved by adaptively changing the conductance values associated with massively parallel resistive networks. The algorithms/architectures are inspired by the adaptation mechanisms of the horizontal cells in the lower vertebrate retina. Their CMOS circuit implementation is also proposed.
In this paper, examples of CMD high resolution cameras are introduced and factors which limit the CMD and other imager's performance are analyzed. The necessary conditions for achieving higher resolution are explained. To make the quantum efficiency near unity is the one and only method to improve the optical performance. In electronics, the main subjects are the noise suppression and the power saving. It is concluded that CMDs and some APSs are superior to CCD family in the viewpoint of wide band-width and power consumption.
Digital signal processor ICs for 3CCD HDTV camera are developed. To improve digital signal processed image quality, moire canceling contour compensation method using double sampling rate detail genarator is developed. Using pipeline structure, fast adder and low fanout circuit design, maximum operating frequency 75MHz is obtained.