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Layered memristive and memcapacitive switches for printable electronics

Memristors promise to emulate the appealing characteristics of biological neural systems. Solution-processed heterostructures are now shown to behave as memristive and memcapacitive switches compatibl...

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A team researchers used a promising new material to build more functional memristors, bringing us closer to brain-like computing. Both academic and industrial laboratories are working to develop compu...

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Memristor Crossbar-Based Neuromorphic Computing System: A Case Study.

By mimicking the highly parallel biological systems, neuromorphic hardware provides the capability of information processing within a compact and energy-efficient platform. However, traditional Von Ne...

Research topic: neuromorphic engineering systems and applications. A snapshot of neuromorphic systems engineering.

Memristors in the Venus flytrap.

A memristor is a nonlinear element because its current-voltage characteristic is similar to that of a Lissajous pattern for nonlinear systems. We investigated the possible presence of memristors in th...

A compound memristive synapse model for statistical learning through STDP in spiking neural networks.

Memristors have recently emerged as promising circuit elements to mimic the function of biological synapses in neuromorphic computing. The fabrication of reliable nanoscale memristive synapses, that f...

Tailoring Transient-Amorphous States: Towards Fast and Power-Efficient Phase-Change Memory and Neuromorphic Computing.

A new methodology for manipulating transient-amorphous states of phase-change memory (PCM) materials is reported as a viable means to boost the speed, yet reducing the power consumption, of PC memorie...

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