A memristive nanoparticle/organic hybrid synapstor for neuro-inspired computing

  title={A memristive nanoparticle/organic hybrid synapstor for neuro-inspired computing},
  author={F. Alibart and S. Pleutin and O. Bichler and C. Gamrat and T. Serrano-Gotarredona and B. Linares-Barranco and D. Vuillaume},
This work was funded by the European Union through the FP7 Project NABAB (Contract FP7-216777). 
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