The elusive memristor: properties of basic electrical circuits

@inproceedings{Joglekar2009TheEM,
  title={The elusive memristor: properties of basic electrical circuits},
  author={Yogesh N. Joglekar and Stephen J. Wolf},
  year={2009}
}
We present an introduction to and a tutorial on the properties of the recently discovered ideal circuit element, a memristor. By definition, a memristor M relates the charge q and the magnetic flux φ in a circuit and complements a resistor R, a capacitor C and an inductor L as an ingredient of ideal electrical circuits. The properties of these three elements and their circuits are a part of the standard curricula. The existence of the memristor as the fourth ideal circuit element was predicted… CONTINUE READING

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