Prof. Jonathan Mills

Leverhulme Research Professor

Faculty of Computing, Engineering and Mathematical Sciences

University of the West of England,

Bristol, UK

and

Associate Professor

Department of Computer Science

School of Informatics

Indiana University,

Bloomington, USA

- Applied for: Mills, J. November 2002. Extended Analog Computer.
- Issued: Mills, J. August 1997. U.S. Patent Interim Serial No. 08/783,196. Lukasiewicz Logic Arrays.
- Issued: Mills, J. August 1992. U.S. Patent 5,193,206 (GE-1906), Reduced Instruction Set Microprocessor.

- Himebaugh, B. and J. Mills 2005. µEAC: USB Micro-Extended Analog Computer.
- Himebaugh, B. and J. Mills 2004. Internet-accessible Extended Analog Computer.
- Mills, J. 1995. PDIFFSHT: P-diffusion partial differential equation solver.
- Mills, J. 1995. NDIFFSHT: N-diffusion partial differential equation solver.
- Mills, J. 1995. The Foamputer: conductive foam extended analog computers.
- Heininger, A., A. Biswas and J. Mills. 1992. EYE2: VLSI LLA vertical edge detector.
- Heininger, A. and J. Mills. 1992. EYE1: VLSI photodetector array for LLA retina.
- Quian, H. and J. Mills. 1993. RET64: VLSI prototype 64-cell LLA retina.
- Daffinger, C. 1990. LL10T/LL10A: VLSI 16-FET/cell Lukasiewicz logic array.
- Daffinger, C. and J. Mills. 1989. LL9T/LL9A: VLSI 12-FET/cell Lukasiewicz logic array.

REFEREED PUBLICATIONS (RELATED TO ANALOG COMPUTING)

- Mills, J. 2005. Extended Analog Grid Supercomputer. 2006 ACM Computing Frontiers (invited).
- Mills, J., and B. Ololoweye 2004. Radiosity Based Image Rendering with Extended Analog Computers. International Journal of Unconventional Computing (in preparation).
- Mills, J. 2003. Polymer Processors. Second Workshop on Non-Silicon Computation, Federated Computer Research Conference, San Diego, June 2003.
- Mills, J., T. Walker and B. Himebaugh. 2002. Lukasiewicz' Insect 2002. Int. Journal of Multiple-Valued Logic. Invited.
- Mills, J. 1997. Lukasiewicz' Insect: The Role of Continuous-Valued Logic in a Mobile Robot's Sensors, Control and Locomotion. In Stiquito: Advanced Experiments with a Simple and Inexpensive Robot, edited by James Conrad and Jonathan Mills. IEEE Computer Science Press, 1997.
- Mills, J. 1996. The Continuous Retina: Image Processing with a Single-Sensor Artificial Neural Field Network, Proceedings 1996 International Conference on Neural Networks, (Also appears as Indiana University Computer Science Technical Report 443, October 1995.).
- Mills, J. 1992. Lukasiewicz Logic Arrays in Future Directions of Parallel Programming and Architecture report of the Post-FGCS Workshop on Parallel Logic Programming and Architecture. Eds. J. Tanaka, J. Barklund, N. Ichiyoshi, and K. Kahn. Journal of New Generation Computing .
- Mills, J. 1992. Area-Efficient Implication Circuits for Very Dense Lukasiewicz Logic Arrays. 22nd International Symposium on Multiple-valued Logic. Sendai, Japan. May 26-30, 1992. p. 291-299 (Outstanding Contributed Paper Award, 1992).
- Mills, J., and C. Daffinger. 1990. An Analog VLSI Array Processor for Classical and Connectionist AI. Proceedings of Application Specific Array Processors. pp. 367-378. Princeton, New Jersey.
- Mills, J., and C. Daffinger. 1990. CMOS VLSI Lukasiewicz Logic Arrays. Proceedings of Application Specific Array Processors. pp. 469-480. Princeton, New Jersey.
- Mills, J., M. G. Beavers, and C. Daffinger. 1990. Lukasiewicz logic arrays. Proceedings 20th International Symposium on Multiple-valued Logic. p. 4-10 (Outstanding Contributed Paper Award, 1990).

- Mills, J. 1996. An Implementation of the McCulloch-Kilmer RETIC Architecture with an Analog VLSI Neural Field Network, Duke University Workshop on Biologically-Inspired Computation, March 4-5, 1996.
- Mills, J. 1995. Kirchhoff Machines, Indiana University Computer Science Technical Report 439, September 1995.
- Mills, J. 1995. Programmable VLSI Extended Analog Computer for Cyclotron Beam Control, Indiana University Computer Science Technical Report 441, August 1995.
- Montante, R.A., and J. Mills. 1993. Measuring Information Capacity in a VLSI Analog Logic Circuit. Technical Report #377, Computer Science Department, Indiana University, March 1993.

Jonathan W. Mills, Matt Parker, Bryce Himebaugh, Craig Shue, Brian Kopecky, Chris Weilemann