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The missing memristor found
This corrects the article DOI: 10.1038/nature06932
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The missing memristor found
Anyone who ever took an electronics laboratory class will be familiar with the fundamental passive circuit elements: the resistor, the capacitor and the inductor. However, in 1971 Leon Chua reasonedExpand
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‘Memristive’ switches enable ‘stateful’ logic operations via material implication
We show that memristive switches can execute material implication (IMP), which is a fundamental Boolean logic operation on two variables p and q such that pIMPq is equivalent to (NOTp)ORq. Expand
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Memristive switching mechanism for metal/oxide/metal nanodevices.
Nanoscale metal/oxide/metal switches have the potential to transform the market for nonvolatile memory and could lead to novel forms of computing. However, progress has been delayed by difficultiesExpand
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Memristive devices for computing.
Memristive devices are electrical resistance switches that can retain a state of internal resistance based on the history of applied voltage and current. Expand
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Switching dynamics in titanium dioxide memristive devices
Memristive devices are promising components for nanoelectronics with applications in nonvolatile memory and storage, defect-tolerant circuitry, and neuromorphic computing. Bipolar resistive switchesExpand
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Nanoscale molecular-switch crossbar circuits
Molecular electronics offer an alternative pathway to construct nanoscale circuits in which the critical dimension is naturally associated with molecular sizes. We describe the fabrication andExpand
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The mechanism of electroforming of metal oxide memristive switches.
Metal and semiconductor oxides are ubiquitous electronic materials. Normally insulating, oxides can change behavior under high electric fields--through 'electroforming' or 'breakdown'--criticallyExpand
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A hybrid nanomemristor/transistor logic circuit capable of self-programming
Memristor crossbars were fabricated at 40 nm half-pitch, using nanoimprint lithography on the same substrate with Si metal-oxide-semiconductor field effect transistor arrays to form fully integrated hybrid memory resistor (memristor)/transistor circuits. Expand
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Nanoscale molecular-switch devices fabricated by imprint lithography
Nanoscale molecular-electronic devices comprising a single molecular monolayer of bistable [2]rotaxanes sandwiched between two 40-nm metal electrodes were fabricated using imprint lithography.Expand
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