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Anisotropic MagnetoMemristance

  title={Anisotropic MagnetoMemristance},
  author={F. Caravelli and E. Iacocca and G.-W. Chern and C. Nisoli and Cintia Laura Pereira de Araujo},
The development of efficient beyond-von Neumann, bio-inspired, or unconventional computing hinges on the realization of novel devices that can be integrated into traditional circuitry. For this reason, memristive devices are an interesting option. Magnetic materials are promising in this regard because of their integration with CMOS and relatively simple device production. However, memristance in magnetic materials has been limited to quasi-static cases that prohibit their operation at GHz… Expand

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