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Neuromimetic ICs and System for Parameters Extraction in Biological Neuron Models

Abstract : This paper presents an analog neuromimetic integrated circuit and an associated system dedicated for experiments of parameters extraction in biological neuron models. The IC based on Hodgkin-Huxley (HH) formalism computes in real-time and continuous mode. The dedicated system is a PCI board that is able to program dynamically the neuron model parameters in the IC. The full system, which includes the IC and the PCI board, is used to build a new hardware/software technique to extract biophysics parameters from biological neuron. This technique could be helpful for the neuroscientists proposing an alternative to voltage-clamp technique. For that, the new technique will use optimization algorithms to be efficient.
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S. Saighi, Y. Bornat, J. Tomas, S. Renaud. Neuromimetic ICs and System for Parameters Extraction in Biological Neuron Models. InternationaI Symposium on Circuits And Systems 2006, ISCAS06, May 2006, sland of Kos, Greece. pp.4207-4210. ⟨hal-00181370⟩



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