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HP and Hynix will build memristors-based computer memories, with the goal of making the new technology commercially available in about three years.
...this interesting IEEE Spectrum post describes the main rational of how replicating some key functional properties of the visual system of the fruit fly can help solve the issue of precisely measuring speed.
Neuromorphic engineers are studying the nervous system and trying to emulate its function and organization in their computational and robotics systems...
...regardless of whether or not the memristor is considered as a fundamental circuit element, one may ask if it is technically correct to say that the researchers from HPLabs actually did discover a memristor.
After writing several memristor models with SPICE last week, I decided to post a short tutorial here on the subject...
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