Wed 15 Jun 2016 15:30 - 16:00 at Grand Ballroom Santa Ynez - New Languages Chair(s): Michael Carbin

Programmable analog devices have emerged as a powerful computing substrate for performing complex neuromorphic and cytomorphic computations. We present Arco, a new solver that, given a biological system specification, generates physically realizable configurations for analog devices that are algebraically equivalent to the provided system. On a set of representative benchmarks from the computational biology domain, Arco generates configurations comprised of 35 to 534 connections and 28 to 326 components in 1 to 54 minutes.

Wed 15 Jun

15:30 - 17:00: Research Papers - New Languages at Grand Ballroom Santa Ynez
Chair(s): Michael CarbinMIT
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Sara AchourMassachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, Rahul SarpeshkarMIT, Martin RinardMassachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
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Magnus MadsenUniversity of Waterloo, Ming-Ho YeeUniversity of Waterloo, Ondřej LhotákUniversity of Waterloo
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Leonard TruongUC Berkeley / Intel Labs, Rajkishore BarikIntel Labs, Ehsan TotoniIntel Labs, Hai LiuIntel Labs, Chick MarkleyUC Berkeley, Armando FoxUC Berkeley, Tatiana ShpeismanIntel Labs
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