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A 57mW embedded mixed-mode neuro-fuzzy accelerator for intelligent multi-core processor

Jinwook Oh, Junyoung Park, Gyeonghoon Kim, Seungjin Lee, Hoi-Jun Yoo
KAIST, Daejeon, South Korea
IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference Digest of Technical Papers (ISSCC), 2011

@conference{oh201157mw,

   title={A 57mW embedded mixed-mode neuro-fuzzy accelerator for intelligent multi-core processor},

   author={Oh, J. and Park, J. and Kim, G. and Lee, S. and Yoo, H.J.},

   booktitle={Solid-State Circuits Conference Digest of Technical Papers (ISSCC), 2011 IEEE International},

   pages={130–132},

   issn={0193-6530},

   organization={IEEE}

}

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Artificial intelligence (Al) functions are becoming important in smartphones, portable game consoles, and robots for such intelligent applications as object detection, recognition, and human-computer interfaces (HCI). Most of these functions are realized in software with neural networks (NN) and fuzzy systems (FS), but due to power and speed limitations, a hardware solution is needed. For example, software implementations of object-recognition algorithms like SIFT consume ~10W and ~1s delay even on a 2.4GHz PC CPU. Previously, GPGPUs or ASICs were used to realize Al functions. But GPGPUs just emulate NN/FS with many processing elements to speed up the software, while still consuming a large amount of power. On the other hand, low-power ASICs have been mostly dedicated stand-alone processors, not suitable to be ported into many different systems. This paper presents a portable embedded neuro-fuzzy accelerator: the intelligent reconfigurable integrated system (IRIS), which realizes low power consumption and high-speed recognition, prediction and optimization for Al applications.
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