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In recent years, research on nanotechnology has advanced rapidly. Novel nanodevices have been developed, such as those based on carbon nanotubes, nanowires, etc. Using these emerging nanodevices, diverse nanoarchitectures have been proposed. Among them, hybrid nano/CMOS reconfigurable...
Rapid progress on nanodevices points to a promising direction for future circuit design. However, since nanofabrication techniques are not yet mature, implementation of nanocircuits, at least on a large scale, in the near future is infeasible. To ease fabrication and overcome the problem of high...
Emerging technologies such as silicon NanoWires (NW) and Carbon NanoTubes (CNT) have shown great potential for building the next generation of computing systems in the nano ranges. However, the excessive number of defects originating from bottom-up fabrication (such as a self-assembly process)...
This article investigates, via analytic modeling, how a magnetic QCA wire should be organized to provide the highest reliability. We compare a nonredundant wire and two redundant wire organizations. For all three organizations, a fault rate per unit length is used for comparison; additionally,...
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