Towards Defect-Tolerant Nanoscale Architectures

  title={Towards Defect-Tolerant Nanoscale Architectures},
  author={C. Andras Moritz and Teng Wang},
  journal={2006 Sixth IEEE Conference on Nanotechnology},
Nanoscale computing systems show great potential but at the same time introduce new challenges not encountered in the world of conventional CMOS designs and manufacturing. For example, these systems need to work around layout and doping constraints resulting from bottom-up self-assembly manufacturing, and need to cope with high manufacturing defect rates and transient faults. Unfortunately, most conventional defect-tolerance techniques are not directly applicable in nanoscale systems because… CONTINUE READING
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