Dynamic Computing Random Access Memory

@article{Traversa2014DynamicCR,
  title={Dynamic Computing Random Access Memory},
  author={F. Traversa and F. Bonani and Y. Pershin and M. Ventra},
  journal={Nanotechnology},
  year={2014},
  volume={25 28},
  pages={
          285201
        }
}
The present von Neumann computing paradigm involves a significant amount of information transfer between a central processing unit and memory, with concomitant limitations in the actual execution speed. However, it has been recently argued that a different form of computation, dubbed memcomputing (Di Ventra and Pershin 2013 Nat. Phys. 9 200-2) and inspired by the operation of our brain, can resolve the intrinsic limitations of present day architectures by allowing for computing and storing of… Expand
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