An Efficient Quantum-Dot Cellular Automata Full Adder Based on a New Convertible 7-Input Majority-Not Gate

  title={An Efficient Quantum-Dot Cellular Automata Full Adder Based on a New Convertible 7-Input Majority-Not Gate},
  author={Sara Hashemi and Mohammad A. Tehrani and Keivan Navi},
The most important mathematical operation is addition. Other operations such as subtraction, multiplication and division are usually implemented by adders. An efficient adder can be of great assistance in designing arithmetic circuits. QCA is a promising technology which seems to be a good candidate for the next generation of digital systems. So, an efficient QCA full-adder will facilitate creating QCA computational and arithmetic systems. In this paper, two high performances QCA fulladders are… 

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