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Nanoelectronic Device Applications Handbook by Krzysztof Iniewski, James E. Morris

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23

Modeling of Complementary Resistive Switches

E. Linn, S. Menzel, R. Rosezin, U. Böttger, R. Bruchhaus and R. Waser

CONTENTS

23.1 Introduction

23.2 Basic Simulation Models

23.3 Memristive Models

23.3.1 Linear Memristive Model

23.3.2 Non-Linear Memristive Model

23.4 Conclusion

References

23.1  INTRODUCTION

Resistive switches [1] are two-terminal devices that offer a nonvolatile switching behavior when applying voltage pulses. Although individual devices have a low-power requirement [2], passive crossbar arrays show significant power losses due to parasitic current sneak paths [3]. 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. ...

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