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Emulation of Synaptic Plasticity on Cobalt based Synaptic Transistor for Neuromorphic Computing

@article{Monalisha2021EmulationOS,
  title={Emulation of Synaptic Plasticity on Cobalt based Synaptic Transistor for Neuromorphic Computing},
  author={P. Monalisha and P. S. Anil Kumar and X. Renshaw Wang and S. N. Piramanayagam},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2109.09613}
}
Neuromorphic Computing (NC), which emulates neural activities of the human brain, is considered for low-power implementation of artificial intelligence. Towards realizing NC, fabrication, and investigations of hardware elements such as synaptic devices and neurons are essential. Electrolyte gating has been widely used for conductance modulation by massive carrier injections and has proven to be an effective way of emulating biological synapses. Synaptic devices, in the form of synaptic… Expand

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