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    Using a hybrid neuron in physiologically inspired models of the basal ganglia 

    Thibeault, Corey Michael; Srinivasa, Narayan (2013)
    Our current understanding of the basal ganglia has facilitated the creation of computational models that have contributed novel theories, explored new functional anatomy and demonstrated results complementing physiological ...
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    Efficiently Passing Messages in Distributed Spiking Neural Network Simulation 

    Thibeault, Corey Michael; Minkovich, Kirill; O'Brien, Michael John; Harris, Frederick C. Jr; Srinivasa, Narayan (2013)
    Efficiently passing spiking messages in a neural model is an important aspect of high-performance simulation. As the scale of networks has increased so has the size of the computing systems required to simulate them. In ...
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    Developing an Efficient Calibration System for Joint Offset of Industrial Robots 

    Gao, Bingtuan; Liu, Yong; Xi, Ning; Shen, Yantao (8/3/2014)
    Joint offset calibration is one of the most important methods to improve the positioning accuracy for industrial robots. This paper presents an efficient method to calibrate industrial robot joint offset. The proposed ...
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    Detection of Mechanical Abnormalities in Induction Motors by Electric Measurements 

    Trzynadlowski, Andrzej M. (1999)
    The paper gives an overview of the issues and means of detection of mechanical abnormalities in induction motors by electric measurements. If undetected and untreated, the worn or damaged bearings, rotor imbalance and ...
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    On-Chip Sensing of Thermoelectric Thin Film’s Merit 

    Xiao, Zhigang; Zhu, Xiaoshan (7/16/2015)
    Thermoelectric thin films have been widely explored for thermal-to-electrical energy conversion or solid-state cooling, because they can remove heat from integrated circuit (IC) chips or micro-electromechanical systems ...