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|Abstract:||We implemented a laser synapse based on a diode-pumped erbium-doped fiber laser. The laser is driven by a presynaptic FitzHung-Nagumo electronic neuron and its intensity converted to the electric signal by a photodetector serves as an input signal for a postsynaptic FitzHung-Nagumo electronic neuron. The laser synapse provides very high flexibility for controlling the neuron dynamics to obtain different dynamical regimes, from silence to periodic oscillations, bursts, and chaos. The system complexity is demonstrated through the Shannon entropy. The proposed synapse can be beneficial for efficient biorobotics where behavioral flexibility and synaptic plasticity are challenges. © 2014 Springer International Publishing Switzerland.|
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