Temporal correlation detection using computational phase-change memory

@inproceedings{Sebastian2017TemporalCD,
  title={Temporal correlation detection using computational phase-change memory},
  author={Abu Sebastian and Tomas Tuma and Nikolaos Papandreou and Manuel Le Gallo and Lukas Kull and Thomas P. Parnell and Evangelos Eleftheriou},
  booktitle={Nature Communications},
  year={2017}
}
Conventional computers based on the von Neumann architecture perform computation by repeatedly transferring data between their physically separated processing and memory units. As computation becomes increasingly data centric and the scalability limits in terms of performance and power are being reached, alternative computing paradigms with collocated computation and storage are actively being sought. A fascinating such approach is that of computational memory where the physics of nanoscale… CONTINUE READING

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