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The TENNLab Exploratory Neuromorphic Computing Framework

James S. Plank, Catherine D. Schuman, Grant Bruer, Mark E. Dean and Garrett S. Rose

August, 2018

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Abstract

Spiking, neuromorphic computing systems are in a period of active exploration by the computing community. While they feature computational expressiveness beyond both von Neumann computing models and feed-forward neural networks, they are also challenging to design and program. The TENNLab exploratory neuromorphic computing framework is a software infrastructure, soon to be open-source, whose goal is to enable potential users of SRNN's to develop applications and evaluate neuromorphic computing architectures, and for architecture researchers to develop and evaluate their architectures with a variety of applications. In this letter, we present the software architecture of the TENNLab framework.

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author          J. S. Plank and C. D. Schuman and G. Bruer and M. E. Dean and G. S. Rose
title           The TENNLab Exploratory Neuromorphic Computing Framework
howpublished    http://neuromorphic.eecs.utk.edu/pages/research-publications/
month           August
year            2018

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@MISC{psb:18:ten,
    author = "J. S. Plank and C. D. Schuman and G. Bruer and M. E. Dean and G. S. Rose",
    title = "The {TENNLab} Exploratory Neuromorphic Computing Framework",
    howpublished = "http://neuromorphic.eecs.utk.edu/pages/research-publications/",
    month = "August",
    year = "2018"
}