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Memristive systems analysis of 3-terminal devices
  • B. Mouttet
  • Biology
    17th IEEE International Conference on Electronics…
  • 1 December 2010
The original memristive systems framework is extended to incorporate 3-terminal, non-passive devices and the applicability of such dynamic systems models to 1) the Widrow-Hoff memistor, 2) floating gate memory cells, and 3) nano-ionic FETs is explained.
Proposal for Memristors in Signal Processing
  • B. Mouttet
  • Materials Science
  • 14 September 2008
It is proposed to combine such memristors with operational amplifier circuitry and fixed resistor elements so as to form a programmable signal processor capable of selective transmission and multiplexing of multiple signals for applications in communications and programmable drive waveform control.
Memresistors and non-memristive zero-crossing hysteresis curves
It has been erroneously asserted by the circuit theorist Leon Chua that all zero-crossing pinched hysteresis curves define memristors. This claim has been used by Stan Williams of HPLabs to assert
The Mythology of the Memristor
Presentation from the 2010 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems discussing the mythology of the memristor in relation to the history of memory resistors.
Pinched Hysteresis Loops Are a Fingerprint of Square Law Capacitors
It has been claimed that pinched hysteresis curves are the fingerprint of memristors. This paper demonstrates that a linear resistor in parallel with a nonlinear, square law capacitor also produces
A Memadmittance Systems Model for Thin Film Memory Materials
In 1971 the memristor was originally postulated as a new non-linear circuit element relating the time integrals of current and voltage. More recently researchers at HPLabs have linked the theoretical
Logicless Computational Architectures with Nanoscale Crossbar Arrays
An alternative computational paradigm formed from a hybrid of nanoscale crossbars and basic analog circuit elements so as to form arithmetic circuitry without the need for replicating basic logic functions is proposed.
The Memristor and the Scientific Method
In 1971 a “missing memristor” was proposed by a circuit theorist named Leon Chua as a 4 fundamental passive circuit element defined by a non-linear relationship between electric charge and magnetic
Memristive Transfer Matrices
It is shown that the memristor crossbar array can act as a transfer matrix for a multiple input-multiple output signal processing system.
Dynamic Systems Model for Ionic Mem-Resistors based on Harmonic Oscillation
Memristive system models have previously been proposed to describe ionic memory resistors. However, these models neglect the mass of ions and repulsive forces between ions and are not well formulated