# First order devices, hybrid memristors, and the frontiers of nonlinear circuit theory

@inproceedings{Riaza2010FirstOD, title={First order devices, hybrid memristors, and the frontiers of nonlinear circuit theory}, author={Ricardo Riaza}, year={2010} }

Several devices exhibiting memory effects have shown up in nonlinear circuit theory in recent years. Among others, these circuit elements include Chua’s memristors, as well as memcapacitors and meminductors. These and other related devices seem to be beyond the, say, classical scope of circuit theory, which is formulated in terms of resistors, capacitors, inductors, and voltage and current sources. We explore in this paper the potential extent of nonlinear circuit theory by classifying such mem… CONTINUE READING

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