Corpus ID: 15020906

Well-Posed Models of Memristive Devices

  title={Well-Posed Models of Memristive Devices},
  author={Tianshi Wang and J. Roychowdhury},
  • Tianshi Wang, J. Roychowdhury
  • Published 2016
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • Existing compact models for memristive devices (including RRAM and CBRAM) all suffer from issues related to mathematical ill-posedness and/or improper implementation. This limits their value for simulation and design and in some cases, results in qualitatively unphysical predictions. We identify the causes of ill-posedness in these models. We then show how memristive devices in general can be modelled using only continuous/smooth primitives in such a way that they always respect physical bounds… CONTINUE READING
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