Self-organized computation with unreliable , memristive nanodevices

  title={Self-organized computation with unreliable , memristive nanodevices},
  author={Gregory S. Snider},
Nanodevices have terrible properties for building Boolean logic systems: high defect rates, high variability, high death rates, drift, and (for the most part) only two terminals. Economical assembly requires that they be dynamical. We argue that strategies aimed at mitigating these limitations, such as defect avoidance/reconfiguration, or applying coding theory to circuit design, present severe scalability and reliability challenges. We instead propose to mitigate device shortcomings and… CONTINUE READING
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