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Kazuki Nakada
Kazuki Nakada
Tsukuba University of Technology
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An analog CMOS central pattern generator for interlimb coordination in quadruped locomotion
K Nakada, T Asai, Y Amemiya
IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks 14 (5), 1356-1365, 2003
1052003
Noise-induced synchronization in spin torque nano oscillators
K Nakada, S Yakata, T Kimura
Journal of Applied Physics 111 (7), 07C920, 2012
312012
A silicon Resonate-and-fire neuron based on the volterra system
K Nakada, T Asai, H Hayashi
Int. symp. on nonlinear theory and its applications, 82-85, 2005
252005
Design of an artificial central pattern generator with feedback controller
K Nakada, T Asai, Y Amemiya
Intelligent Automation & Soft Computing 10 (2), 185-192, 2004
222004
Analog CMOS circuit implementation of a pulse-coupled phase oscillator system and observation of synchronization phenomena
K Matsuzaka, T Tohara, K Nakada, T Morie
Nonlinear Theory and Its Applications, IEICE 3 (2), 180-190, 2012
182012
Analog CMOS implementation of a CNN-based locomotion controller with floating-gate devices
K Nakada, T Asai, Y Amemiya
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers 52 (6), 1095-1103, 2005
182005
Analog VLSI implementation of resonate-and-fire neuron
K Nakada, T Asai, H Hayashi
International Journal of Neural Systems 16 (06), 445-456, 2006
162006
Analog current-mode CMOS implementation of central pattern generator for robot locomotion
K Nakada, T Asai, T Hirose, Y Amemiya
Proceedings. 2005 IEEE International Joint Conference on Neural Networks …, 2005
152005
Analog CMOS implementation of a bursting oscillator with depressing synapse
K Nakada, T Asai, Y Amemiya
Proceedings of the 2004 Intelligent Sensors, Sensor Networks and Information …, 2004
142004
Biologically-Inspired Locomotion Controller for a Quadruped Walking Robot: Analog IC Implementation of
K Nakada, T Asai, Y Amemiya
Journal of Robotics and Mechatronics 16 (4), 397, 2004
132004
An FPGA-based CollisionWarning System Using Hybrid Approach
H Liang, T Morie, Y Suzuki, K Nakada, T Miki, H Hayashi
7th International Conference on Hybrid Intelligent Systems (HIS 2007), 30-35, 2007
122007
An analog neural oscillator circuit for locomotion controller in quadruped walking robot
K Nakada, T Asai, Y Amemiya
Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, 2003 …, 2003
112003
Coarse image region segmentation using region-and boundary-based coupled MRF models and their PWM VLSI implementation
Y Kawashima, D Atuti, K Nakada, M Okada, T Morie
2009 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, 1559-1565, 2009
102009
Tuning time scale parameter of piecewise linear oscillators for phase resetting control
K Nakada, Y Sato, K Matsuoka
The 21st Annual Conference of the Japanese Neural Network Society, 2-35, 2011
92011
CMOS circuit implementation of a coupled phase oscillator system using pulse modulation approach
D Atuti, N Kato, K Nakada, T Morie
2007 18th European Conference on Circuit Theory and Design, 827-830, 2007
92007
Moving object detection algorithm inspired by the sequence detection in the hippocampus and its digital LSI implementation
H Hayashi, K Nakada, T Morie
International Congress Series 1301, 35-38, 2007
92007
Analog CMOS circuit implementation of a system of pulse-coupled oscillators for spike-based computation
K Matsuzaka, K Nakada, T Morie
2011 IEEE International Symposium of Circuits and Systems (ISCAS), 2849-2852, 2011
82011
Burst synchronization and chaotic phenomena in two strongly coupled resonate-and-fire neurons
K Nakada, K Miura, H Hayashi
International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos 18 (04), 1249-1259, 2008
82008
Analog CMOS implementation of a neuromorphic oscillator with current-mode low-pass filters
K Nakada, T Asai, T Hirose, Y Amemiya
2005 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, 1923-1926, 2005
72005
Neural implementation of shape-invariant touch counter based on Euler calculus
K Miura, K Nakada
IEEE Access 2, 960-970, 2014
62014
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