Advanced Intelligent Systems特别系列

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下面列出了一些最近发表的Advanced Intelligent Systems特别系列中的文章,敬请阅读。

 

Recent Advances in Memristive Materials for Artificial Synapses

By Sun Gil Kim, Ji Su Han, Hyojung Kim, Soo Young Kim and Ho Won Jang

Neuromorphic architecture heralds a new era of next generation computing system. Memristor‐based artificial synapses have been considered as promising basic units of neuromorphic computing and have displayed excellent synaptic behaviors. Up‐to‐date advances in artificial synapses are categorized into the type of memristive materials and reviewed with their working mechanisms. Future research directions are provided for improving synaptic functions for neuro‐computing.

 

 

 

 

Learning from an Intelligent Mechanosensing System of Plants

By Tan‐Phat Huynh and Hossam Haick

The main approaches used for imitating the mechanosensing of plants, which relies on changes in their Ca2+ concentration across the cell membrane upon mechanical stimulus, are reported. Recent achievements in this field and the trends that would lead for achieving “survival” features similar to those that characterize the plant’s kingdom are discussed.

 

 

 

Recent Advances in Smart Wearable Sensing Systems

By Zheng Lou, Lili Wang and Guozhen Shen

Smart wearable sensing systems (SWSS) have attracted widespread attention in all aspects of human daily life due to the characteristics of multifunctional, superintegration ultraminiaturization. Recent progress and advantages of SWSSs for their use in practical electronic applications are summarized. Potential challenges within the wearable electronics field are also discussed.

 

 

 

 

Vacuum‐Powered Soft Pneumatic Twisting Actuators to Empower New Capabilities for Soft Robots

By Zhongdong Jiao, Chen Ji, Jun Zou, Huayong Yang and Min Pan

A novel vacuum‐powered soft pneumatic actuator that operates with two degrees of freedom offers the advantages of diverse functions, ease of manufacture, high load capability, and is cost efficient. The feasibility of the actuator is demonstrated using prototypes based on a flexible joint and wrist, a rotatable crawling robot, a pipe‐climbing robot, and a vacuum‐powered soft pneumatic twisting actuator‐driven car.

 

 

 

 

 

Reconfigurable Spike Routing Architectures for On‐Chip Local Learning in Neuromorphic Systems

By Vladimir KornijcukJongkil Park, Guhyun Kim, Dohun Kim, Inho Kim, Jaewook Kim, Joon Young Kwak and Doo Seok Jeong

Spiking‐routing architectures that feature fast inverse lookup (and thus feasible real‐time on‐chip learning) and excellent reconfigurability are proposed and rigorously examined in theoretical and experimental fashions. Among the four proposed architectures, pointer‐based scheme accommodates the most neurons without routing traffic congestion at a given clock speed, which can also be applied to intercore spike routing in a neuromorphic cluster.

 

 

 

Artificial Synapse Emulated by Charge Trapping‐Based Resistive Switching Device

By Shi‐Rui Zhang, Li Zhou, Jing‐Yu Mao, Yi Ren, Jia‐Qin Yang, Guang‐Hu Yang, Xin Zhu, Su‐Ting Han, Vellaisamy A. L. Roy and Ye Zhou

An artificial synapse based on the polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVPy)–Au NPs hybrid materials through solution process is reported. Synaptic functions such as paired‐pulse facilitation, post‐tetanic potentiation, the transformation from short‐term plasticity to long‐term plasticity, as well as the learning‐forgetting‐relearning process are emulated, making the polymer–metal nanoparticles hybrid system valuable candidates for the design of novel artificial neural architectures.

 

Motion Control of Piezoelectric Tripod Platform via Feedforward Hysteresis Compensation

By Hyeong‐Geon Kim, Jong‐Nam Kim, Tae‐Won Na, Kwang‐Chun Park and Il‐Kwon Oh

The piezoelectric tripod platform is developed utilizing three piezoelectric legs to produce large transverse stroke and angular motions with three degrees‐of‐freedom. Owing to the feedforward compensator based on the rate‐dependent hysteresis model and the feedback control integrated with rate‐independent hysteresis model, the tracking controllability and accuracy of the tripod manipulator can be greatly enhanced.

 

Biomimetic Graphene Actuators Enabled by Multiresponse Graphene Oxide Paper with Pretailored Reduction Gradient

By Dong‐Dong Han, Yu‐Qing Liu, Jia‐Nan Ma, Jiang‐Wei Mao, Zhao‐Di Chen, Yong‐Lai Zhang and Hong‐Bo Sun

Humidity/thermal/light multiresponsive graphene actuators are prepared by sequential vacuum filtration of graphene oxide (GO) and reduced GO (RGO) with a pretailored reduction gradient. GO/RGO bilayer actuators with tunable curving performance are achieved by controlling the photoreduction degree. Humidity responsive mimosa and multiresponsive paper robot are designed based on the competitive water adsorption between GO/RGO layers and the thermal‐, light‐promoted water desorption.

 

Machine‐Learning‐Based Monitoring of Laser Powder Bed Fusion

By Bodi Yuan, Gabriel M. Guss, Aaron C. Wilson, Stefan P. Hau‐Riege, Phillip J. DePond, Sara McMains, Manyalibo J. Matthews and Brian Giera

A procedure to label laser powder bed fusion video data and leverage it to train a convolutional neural network is demonstrated. Testing the neural network reveals that it can predict track continuity and the average and standard deviations of track width from high‐speed video alone, reducing the need for postbuild quality assessment.