Resistive Random Access Memory (RRAM)

  title={Resistive Random Access Memory (RRAM)},
  author={Shimeng Yu},
  booktitle={Resistive Random Access Memory},
  • Shimeng Yu
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    Resistive Random Access…
  • Engineering
RRAM technology has made significant progress in the past decade as a competitive candidate for the next generation non-volatile memory (NVM). This lecture is a comprehensive tutorial of metal oxide-based RRAM technology from device fabrication to array architecture design. State-of-theart RRAM device performances, characterization, and modeling techniques are summarized, and the design considerations of the RRAM integration to large-scale array with peripheral circuits are discussed. Chapter 2… 

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