VTEAM: A General Model for Voltage-Controlled Memristors

@article{Kvatinsky2015VTEAMAG,
  title={VTEAM: A General Model for Voltage-Controlled Memristors},
  author={Shahar Kvatinsky and Misbah Ramadan and Eby G. Friedman and Avinoam Kolodny},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems II: Express Briefs},
  year={2015},
  volume={62},
  pages={786-790}
}
Memristors are novel electrical devices used for a variety of applications, including memory, logic circuits, and neuromorphic systems. Memristive technologies are attractive due to their nonvolatility, scalability, and compatibility with CMOS. Numerous physical experiments have shown the existence of a threshold voltage in some physical memristors. Additionally, as shown in this brief, some applications require voltage-controlled memristors to operate properly. In this brief, a Voltage… CONTINUE READING
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