Kyeong-Sik Min

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A new Row-by-Row Dynamic Source-line Voltage control (RRDSV) scheme is proposed to reduce the active leakage as well as the stand-by leakage in SRAM. By dynamically controlling the source-line voltage of cells row by row, the cell leakage through inactive cells can be reduced by two orders of magnitude. Moreover, the bit-line leakage through pass(More)
A new Row-by-Row Dynamic Source-line Voltage control (RRDSV) scheme is proposed to reduce the active leakage as well as the stand-by leakage in SRAM. By dynamically controlling the source-line voltage of cells row by row, the cell leakage through inactive cells can be reduced by two orders of magnitude. Moreover, the bit-line leakage through pass(More)
In this paper, a neuromorphic crossbar circuit with binary memristors is proposed for speech recognition. The binary memristors which are based on filamentary-switching mechanism can be found more popularly and are easy to be fabricated than analog memristors that are rare in materials and need a more complicated fabrication process. Thus, we develop a(More)
—In this paper, we propose a new memristor-based crossbar array architecture, where a single memristor array and constant-term circuit are used to represent both plus-polarity and minus-polarity matrices. This is different from the previous crossbar array architecture which has two memristor arrays to represent plus-polarity and minus-polarity connection(More)
In this paper, a CMOS emulator circuit that can reproduce nanoscale memristive behavior is proposed. The proposed emulator circuit can mimic the pinched hysteresis loops of nanoscale memristor memory's current-voltage relationship without using any resistor array, complicated circuit blocks, etc. that may occupy very large layout area. Instead of using a(More)