Recent Developments and Perspectives for Memristive Devices Based on Metal Oxide Nanowires

@article{Milano2019RecentDA,
  title={Recent Developments and Perspectives for Memristive Devices Based on Metal Oxide Nanowires},
  author={Gianluca Milano and Samuele Porro and I. I. Valov and Carlo Ricciardi},
  journal={Advanced Electronic Materials},
  year={2019},
  volume={5}
}
Memristive devices are considered one of the most promising candidates to overcome technological limitations for realizing next‐generation memories, logic applications, and neuromorphic systems in the modern nanoelectronics and information technology. Despite the continuous efforts, understanding the resistive switching mechanism underlying memristive/neuromorphic behavior still represents a challenge. Metal oxide nanowire‐based memristors appear suitable model systems for a deeper… 
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