Self-biasing memristor crossbar used for string matching and ternary content-addressable memory implementation

@inproceedings{Yakopcic2017SelfbiasingMC,
  title={Self-biasing memristor crossbar used for string matching and ternary content-addressable memory implementation},
  author={Chris Yakopcic and Venkataramesh Bontupalli and Raqibul Hasan and David J. Mountain and Tarek M. Taha},
  year={2017}
}
A memristor crossbar-based technique for highly parallel string matching is presented. An input string can be simultaneously compared against a bank of stored words, each having a different length, due to the self-biasing nature of the crossbar circuit. This string matching system essentially acts as a ternary content-addressable memory (TCAM). Owing to the high-density nature of nanoscale memristor crossbars, this system can provide a significant area reduction when compared alternative TCAM… CONTINUE READING

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