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We propose a novel single event fault/error model based on Logic Induced Fault Encoded Directed Acyclic Graph (LIFE-DAG) structured probabilistic Bayesian networks, capturing all spatial dependencies induced by the circuit logic. The detection probabilities also act as a measure of soft error susceptibility (an increased threat in nano-domain logic block)… (More)

— In this paper, we report Magnetic Quantum Cellular Automata (MQCA) realization using multi-layer cells with tilted polarizer reference layer with a particular focus on the critical need to shift towards the multi-layer cells as elemental entities from the conventional single-domain nanomagnets. We have reported a novel spin-transfer torque current induced… (More)

We propose a new switching probability model for combinational circuits using a<b>Logic-Induced-Directed-Acyclic-Graph</b>(LIDAG) and prove that such a graph corresponds to a<b>Bayesian Network</b>guaranteed to map all the dependencies inherent in the circuit. This switching activity can be estimated by capturing complex dependencies (spatio-temporal and… (More)

- Thara Rejimon, Sanjukta Bhanja
- 2006

— We propose a novel formalism, based on probabilistic Bayesian networks, to capture, analyze, and model dynamic errors at nano logic for probabilistic reliability analysis. It will be important for circuit designers to be able to compare and rank designs based on the expected output error , which is a measure of reliability. We propose an error model to… (More)

- D K Karunaratne, Sanjukta Bhanja
- 2012

A coherent two-channel source of Cherenkov superradiance pulses Appl. Nonvolatile organic write-once-read-many-times memory devices based on hexadecafluoro-copper-phthalocyanine Appl. Nonvolatile organic write-once-read-many-times memory devices based on hexadecafluoro-copper-phthalocyanine APL: Org. Improved performance of non-volatile memory with Au-Al2O3… (More)

With the goal of building an hierarchical design methodology for quantum-dot cellular automata (QCA) circuits, we put forward a novel, theoretically sound, method for abstracting the behavior of circuit components in QCA circuit, such as majority logic, lines, wire-taps, cross-overs, inverters, and corners, using macromodels. Recognizing that the basic… (More)

- Javier F Pulecio, Sanjukta Bhanja

Quantum Cellular Automata (QCA) has proposed an exclusive architecture, where two coplanar perpendicular wires have the ability to intersect one another without signal degradation. The physical realization of cross wire architectures has yet to be implemented and researchers share concerns over the reliability of such a system. Here we have designed a… (More)

In this paper, different circuits of Quantum-dot Cellular Automata (QCA) are proposed for the so-called coplanar crossing. Coplanar crossing is one of the most interesting features of QCA because it allows for mono-layered interconnected circuits, whereas CMOS technology needs different levels of metalization. However, the characteristics of the coplanar… (More)