Live demonstration: Dynamic voltage and frequency scaling for neuromorphic many-core systemsCitation formats

  • External authors:
  • Sebastian Höppner
  • Yexin Yan
  • Bernhard Vogginger
  • Andreas Dixius
  • Johannes Partzsch
  • Prateek Joshi
  • Felix Neumärker
  • Stephan Hartmann
  • Stefan Schiefer
  • Stefan Scholze
  • Georg Ellguth
  • Love Cederstroem
  • Matthias Eberlein
  • Christian Mayr
  • Steven Temple

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Live demonstration: Dynamic voltage and frequency scaling for neuromorphic many-core systems. / Höppner, Sebastian; Yan, Yexin; Vogginger, Bernhard; Dixius, Andreas; Partzsch, Johannes; Joshi, Prateek; Neumärker, Felix; Hartmann, Stephan; Schiefer, Stefan; Scholze, Stefan; Ellguth, Georg; Cederstroem, Love; Eberlein, Matthias; Mayr, Christian; Temple, Steven; Plana, Luis A.; Garside, James; Davidson, Simon; Lester, David; Furber, Stephen.

2017. Poster session presented at IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, Baltimore, United States.

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Harvard

Höppner, S, Yan, Y, Vogginger, B, Dixius, A, Partzsch, J, Joshi, P, Neumärker, F, Hartmann, S, Schiefer, S, Scholze, S, Ellguth, G, Cederstroem, L, Eberlein, M, Mayr, C, Temple, S, Plana, LA, Garside, J, Davidson, S, Lester, D & Furber, S 2017, 'Live demonstration: Dynamic voltage and frequency scaling for neuromorphic many-core systems', IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, Baltimore, United States, 28/05/17 - 31/05/17. https://doi.org/10.1109/ISCAS.2017.8050396

APA

Höppner, S., Yan, Y., Vogginger, B., Dixius, A., Partzsch, J., Joshi, P., Neumärker, F., Hartmann, S., Schiefer, S., Scholze, S., Ellguth, G., Cederstroem, L., Eberlein, M., Mayr, C., Temple, S., Plana, L. A., Garside, J., Davidson, S., Lester, D., & Furber, S. (2017). Live demonstration: Dynamic voltage and frequency scaling for neuromorphic many-core systems. Poster session presented at IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, Baltimore, United States. https://doi.org/10.1109/ISCAS.2017.8050396

Vancouver

Höppner S, Yan Y, Vogginger B, Dixius A, Partzsch J, Joshi P et al. Live demonstration: Dynamic voltage and frequency scaling for neuromorphic many-core systems. 2017. Poster session presented at IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, Baltimore, United States. https://doi.org/10.1109/ISCAS.2017.8050396

Author

Höppner, Sebastian ; Yan, Yexin ; Vogginger, Bernhard ; Dixius, Andreas ; Partzsch, Johannes ; Joshi, Prateek ; Neumärker, Felix ; Hartmann, Stephan ; Schiefer, Stefan ; Scholze, Stefan ; Ellguth, Georg ; Cederstroem, Love ; Eberlein, Matthias ; Mayr, Christian ; Temple, Steven ; Plana, Luis A. ; Garside, James ; Davidson, Simon ; Lester, David ; Furber, Stephen. / Live demonstration: Dynamic voltage and frequency scaling for neuromorphic many-core systems. Poster session presented at IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, Baltimore, United States.

Bibtex

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AU - Vogginger, Bernhard

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AU - Partzsch, Johannes

AU - Joshi, Prateek

AU - Neumärker, Felix

AU - Hartmann, Stephan

AU - Schiefer, Stefan

AU - Scholze, Stefan

AU - Ellguth, Georg

AU - Cederstroem, Love

AU - Eberlein, Matthias

AU - Mayr, Christian

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AU - Plana, Luis A.

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