Extended Memristor Devices
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Memristor devices embedded in pioneering future computing platforms are believed to represent one of the most promising key-enabling technologies for the treatment of massive amount of data. The ideal memristor, a two-terminal circuit element described by a nonlinear relationship between the time integrals of current and voltage (i.e., the current and voltage momenta, a.k.a. charge and flux), was theoretically envisioned by Chua back in 1971 in the seminal paper.
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