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Memristor in a reservoir system - experimental evidence for high level computing and neuromorphic behavior of PbI.

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Summary of "Memristor in a reservoir system - experimental evidence for high level computing and neuromorphic behavior of PbI."

Lead halides in an asymmetric layered structure form memristive devices which are controlled by the electronic structure of the PbX|metal interface. In this paper we explain the mechanism that stands behind the I-V pinched hysteresis loop of the device and shortly present its synaptic-like plasticity (STDP and SRDP) and nonvolatile memory effects. This memristive element was incorporated into a reservoir system, in particular the echo-state network with delayed feedback, which exhibits brain-like recurrent behavior and demonstrates metaplasticity as one of available learning mechanisms. It can serve as a classification system that classifies input signals according to their amplitude.

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Name: ACS applied materials & interfaces
ISSN: 1944-8252
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