Four-dimensional address topology for circuits with stacked multilayer crossbar arrays.

  title={Four-dimensional address topology for circuits with stacked multilayer crossbar arrays.},
  author={Dmitri B. Strukov and R. Stanley Williams},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  volume={106 48},
We present a topological framework that provides a simple yet powerful electronic circuit architecture for constructing and using multilayer crossbar arrays, allowing a significantly increased integration density of memristive crosspoint devices beyond the scaling limits of lateral feature sizes. The truly remarkable feature of such circuits, which is an extension of the CMOL (Cmos + MOLecular-scale devices) concept for an area-like interface to a three-dimensional system, is that a large… CONTINUE READING
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