A model of an active distributed computing medium is proposed that records and plays back a signal (a two-dimensional array of numbers). This medium represents a 3D integrated circuit, designed on the electronic nanoelement base, that employs the principles of optical holography; however, the operating signal in this medium is an electrical digital signal rather than a light signal. Requirements on the structure and the properties of this medium, as well as on its elements and methods of their connection, are formulated for a more detailed analysis of the information capacity and efficiency of such a computing medium. Unlike holographic optical disks, this medium can play the role of not only external read only memory (ROM), but also high-speed flash memory with a capacity on the order of 200 GB and a data input-output rate of up to 106 GB/s for a working volume of 1 cm3. This medium, in view of its inherent associative properties of optical holographic memory, could perform, in addition to the function of flash memory, some functions of optical holograms, such as pattern recognition; however, in view of a different element base, it would be more reliable and noise-immune.
Russian Microelectronics – Springer Journals
Published: Jan 30, 2014
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