A greedy algorithm for tolerating defective crosspoints in nanoPLA design

@article{Naeimi2004AGA,
  title={A greedy algorithm for tolerating defective crosspoints in nanoPLA design},
  author={Helia Naeimi and Andr{\'e} DeHon},
  journal={Proceedings. 2004 IEEE International Conference on Field- Programmable Technology (IEEE Cat. No.04EX921)},
  year={2004},
  pages={49-56}
}
Recent developments suggest both plausible fabrication techniques and viable architectures for building sublithographic programmable logic arrays using molecular-scale wires and switches. Designs at this scale will see much higher defect rates than in conventional lithography. However, these defects need not be an impediment to programmable logic design as this scale. We introduce a strategy for tolerating defective crosspoints and develop a linear-time, greedy algorithm for mapping PLA logic… CONTINUE READING
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