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Coupled Nonreactive Memristor Generators for Binary-Oscillator Networks

Coupled nonreactive memristor generators (NMG) are considered as elements of binary-oscillator networks. In such systems, information is represented by binary streams and the exchange of binary signals between elements is facilitated. The principles of constructing NMGs for binary-oscillator networks are discussed. Analysis of the operation of the simplest networks based on them is carried out. The results of modeling coupled NMGs are presented.

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The study was financially supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (project no. 19-29-03012).

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Rakitin, V.V., Rusakov, S.G. Coupled Nonreactive Memristor Generators for Binary-Oscillator Networks. Nanotechnol Russia 17, 883–889 (2022).

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