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CAMEL: An Ultra-Low-Power VGA CMOS Imager based on a Time-Based DPS Array

Bibliographic reference Haine, Thomas ; Stas, François ; de Streel, Guerric ; Gimeno Gasca, Cecilia ; Flandre, Denis ; et. al. CAMEL: An Ultra-Low-Power VGA CMOS Imager based on a Time-Based DPS Array.10th International Conference on Distributed Smart Camera (ICDSC '16) (Paris (France), du 12/09/2016 au 15/09/2016).
Permanent URL http://hdl.handle.net/2078.1/181106
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