23.2 Basic Simulation Models
23.3 Memristive Models
23.3.1 Linear Memristive Model
23.3.2 Non-Linear Memristive Model
Resistive switches  are two-terminal devices that offer a nonvolatile switching behavior when applying voltage pulses. Although individual devices have a low-power requirement , passive crossbar arrays show significant power losses due to parasitic current sneak paths . This so-called “sneak-path problem” does not only lead to increased power consumption, but it also complicates or even prevents proper array read operations. ...