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Memristive Device Fundamentals and Modeling: Applications to Circuits and Systems Simulation
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A deeper insight is gained in understanding the device operation, leading to the development of practical models that can be implemented in current computer-aided design (CAD) tools. Expand
The fourth element: characteristics, modelling and electromagnetic theory of the memristor
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The memristor is reviewed and mathematical and SPICE models for memristors are provided, including Chua’s arguments based on electromagnetic theory, which provide new paradigms in application-specific integrated circuits and field programmable gate arrays. Expand
Quantum mechanics gives stability to a Nash equilibrium
We consider a slightly modified version of the rock-scissors-paper (RSP) game from the point of view of evolutionary stability. In its classical version the game has a mixed Nash equilibrium (NE) notExpand
Evolutionarily stable strategies in quantum games
Abstract Evolutionarily stable strategy (ESS) in classical game theory is a refinement of Nash equilibrium concept. We investigate the consequences when a small group of mutants using quantumExpand
The fourth element: Insights into the memristor
New developments in nanoelectronics are promising a new generation of computing, which has greater focus on device capabilities. Further to many applications of memristors in artificial intelligenceExpand
Analyzing Three-Player Quantum Games in an EPR Type Setup
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Using GA, the formalism of Clifford Geometric Algebra is used to develop an analysis of quantum versions of three-player non-cooperative games and investigates the outcome of a realization of the game by players sharing GHZ state, W state, and a mixture of GHZ and W states. Expand
On the equivalence between non-factorizable mixed-strategy classical games and quantum games
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It is demonstrated how the standard version of a quantum game can be analysed as a non-factorizable game and the limitations of this approach are determined. Expand
The Vector Algebra War: A Historical Perspective
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Historically review the development of various vector systems and conclude that Clifford's multivectors best fulfills the goal of describing vectorial quantities in three dimensions and providing a unified vector system for science. Expand
Quantum cooperative games
Abstract We study two forms of a symmetric cooperative game played by three players, one classical and other quantum. In its classical form making a coalition gives advantage to players and they areExpand
Backwards-induction outcome in a quantum game
In economics duopoly is a market dominated by two firms large enough to influence the market price. Stackelberg presented a dynamic form of duopoly that is also called ‘leader-follower’ model. WeExpand
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