Issue No.12 - December (1972 vol.21)
L.R. Goke , Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Florida
This paper proposes a novel design for a parallel nonadaptive binary pattern classifier. The structure employs random-pulse (stochastic) computing elements to economically realize multimodal nonlinear discriminant functions similar in form to those used in potential function classifiers. The technique achieves efficient hardware utilization by employing a READ-ONLY memory (ROM) without addressing circuits to store modes and simultaneously execute parallel stochastic multiplications required in discriminant function computations.
Binary patterns, discriminant functions, nonadaptive, nonlinear, pattern recognition, random-pulse computing, stochastic computing.
L.R. Goke, K.L. Doty, "Design of a Random-Pulse Computer for Classifying Binary Patterns", IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol.21, no. 12, pp. 1347-1354, December 1972, doi:10.1109/T-C.1972.223506