COMPARISON OF A PIPELINED 'BEST MATCH' CONTENT ADDRESSABLE MEMORY WITH NEURAL NETWORKS.

L. T. Clark, R. O. Grondin

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Abstract

Neural networks in a variety of configurations have demonstrated the ability to choose rapidly the stored item that most closely matches a given input. A significant drawback to such an approach from an integrated circuit standpoint is the large number of interconnections required between the individual elements. The authors have designed and fabricated a memory device with the above feature that is capable of significant data throughput rates. An overview of the architecture is presented, and its characteristics are compared to that of other neural networks through simulation.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
EditorsMaureen Caudill, Charles T. Butler, San Diego Adaptics
Place of PublicationSan Diego, CA, USA
PublisherSOS Printing
StatePublished - 1987

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Associative storage
Neural networks
Integrated circuits
Throughput
Data storage equipment

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Clark, L. T., & Grondin, R. O. (1987). COMPARISON OF A PIPELINED 'BEST MATCH' CONTENT ADDRESSABLE MEMORY WITH NEURAL NETWORKS. In M. Caudill, C. T. Butler, & S. D. Adaptics (Eds.), Unknown Host Publication Title San Diego, CA, USA: SOS Printing.

COMPARISON OF A PIPELINED 'BEST MATCH' CONTENT ADDRESSABLE MEMORY WITH NEURAL NETWORKS. / Clark, L. T.; Grondin, R. O.

Unknown Host Publication Title. ed. / Maureen Caudill; Charles T. Butler; San Diego Adaptics. San Diego, CA, USA : SOS Printing, 1987.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Clark, LT & Grondin, RO 1987, COMPARISON OF A PIPELINED 'BEST MATCH' CONTENT ADDRESSABLE MEMORY WITH NEURAL NETWORKS. in M Caudill, CT Butler & SD Adaptics (eds), Unknown Host Publication Title. SOS Printing, San Diego, CA, USA.
Clark LT, Grondin RO. COMPARISON OF A PIPELINED 'BEST MATCH' CONTENT ADDRESSABLE MEMORY WITH NEURAL NETWORKS. In Caudill M, Butler CT, Adaptics SD, editors, Unknown Host Publication Title. San Diego, CA, USA: SOS Printing. 1987
Clark, L. T. ; Grondin, R. O. / COMPARISON OF A PIPELINED 'BEST MATCH' CONTENT ADDRESSABLE MEMORY WITH NEURAL NETWORKS. Unknown Host Publication Title. editor / Maureen Caudill ; Charles T. Butler ; San Diego Adaptics. San Diego, CA, USA : SOS Printing, 1987.
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