This book provides a comprehensive overview of current research on memristors, memcapacitors and, meminductors. In addition to an historical overview of the research in this area, coverage includes the theory behind memristive circuits, as well as memcapacitance, and meminductance. Details are shown for recent applications of memristors for resistive random access memories, neuromorphic systems and hybrid CMOS/memristor circuits. Methods for the simulation of memristors are demonstrated and an introduction to neuromorphic modeling is provided.
|Publisher:||Springer New York|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.04(d)|
Table of ContentsPart I Introduction.- How We Found the Missing Memristor.- Vignettes from Memristor.- Part II Theory, Modeling and Simulation.- The Art and Science of Constructing a Memristor Model.- Fourth Fundamental Circuit Element: SPICE Modeling and Simulation.- Part III Memristive Devices and Applications.- Application of the Volterra Series Paradigm to Memristive Systems.- Memristive Devices: Switching Effects, Modeling, and Applications.- Redox-based Memristive Devices.- Silicon Nanowire-based Memristive Systems.- Spintronic Memristor as Interface Between DNA and Solid State Devices.- Part IV Reconfigurable Logic Circuits and Neuromorphic Systems.- Memristor-Based Resistive Computing.- Memristor Device Engineering and CMOS Integration for Reconfigurable Logic Applications.- Spike-Timing-Dependent-Plasticity in Hybrid Memristive-CMOS Spiking Neuromorphic Systems.- Memristor for Neuromorphic Applications: Models and Circuit Implementations.