Engineers at the Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech) have demonstrated a computational approach using a ring network of coupled spiking oscillators with chaotic dynamics implemented on analog hardware. This new approach is based on the emergence and pattern formation phenomena that occur under “incomplete synchronization” within chaotic dynamics. In the future, it could significantly impact conventional methods for pattern detection commonly used in artificial neural networks on digital hardware counterparts.
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