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Nonlinear-response neurons using a quantum-dot network for neuromorphic computing

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Abstract

This paper describes a neuromorphic-computing architecture using a quantum dot network. In the experiment, we confirmed that the quantum dot network operates as an artificial neuron with a nonlinear response to light intensity.

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