Memristor-CMOS logic and digital computational components

@article{Cho2015MemristorCMOSLA,
  title={Memristor-CMOS logic and digital computational components},
  author={Kyoung-Rok Cho and Sang-Jin Lee and K. Eshraghian},
  journal={Microelectron. J.},
  year={2015},
  volume={46},
  pages={214-220}
}
With the advent of memristor-CMOS (MCM) process that combines CMOS processing with nano-scale memristive devices, it becomes possible to reduce utilization of silicon area thus providing a promising option in the design of MCM based circuits. Two properties of memristor have attracted the most attention. Firstly its nanometer scale dimensions and, secondly, its nonvolatile memory characteristics. The nanometer scale feature of the device creates a new opportunity for new logic elements allowing… Expand
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