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

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Parallel Energy Minimizing Computation via Dipolar Coupled Single Domain Nanomagnets

Javier Pulecio, Sanjukta Bhanja and Sudeep Sarkar

CONTENTS

63.1  Introduction

63.2  Field-Coupled Computational Technologies

63.3  Application: Digital Media Object Detection

63.3.1  Image Processing

63.3.2  Magnetic Hamiltonian

63.4  Correspondence between Vision and Magnets

63.5  Fabrication Process

63.6  Read-Out Scheme

63.7  Results

63.8  Conclusion

Acknowledgments

References

63.1  INTRODUCTION

At the onset of the twenty-first century, we are presented with stimulating prospects to develop technologies capitalizing on the reduction of feature sizes to produce unique behaviors. The term nanotechnology is often used loosely, but a well-accepted definition ...

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