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Authors: Cleary, John G.
Keywords: Computer Science
Issue Date: 1-Nov-1987
Abstract: A connectionist architecture based on a VLSI chip, the $sum$-chip, is described. In it single bit values are communicated between units by heavily multiplexing them. Individual units perform a weighted sum of their inputs and compare the result to a threshold in order to compute the (single bit) output. Potential applications, including rule based reasoning, constraint satisfaction, picture processing, and the game of life are briefly described and their space and time requirements analyzed.
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