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There are at least two outstanding issues, however, which need to be addressed before real-world applications, such as intelligent sensors or autonomous robots, become possible: cascadability, to ensure that networks of arbitrary size and complexity can be assembled, and on-chip learning, so that the hardware is capable of adapting to changing environments or to the availability of new data. This paper focuses on both of these issues.


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56 - 59