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Analog Emulator of Genuinely Floating Memcapacitor with Piecewise-Linear Constitutive Relation

Originální název

Analog Emulator of Genuinely Floating Memcapacitor with Piecewise-Linear Constitutive Relation

Anglický název

Analog Emulator of Genuinely Floating Memcapacitor with Piecewise-Linear Constitutive Relation

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The paper presents a method for emulating floating memcapacitors with piece-wise -linear constitutive relations between time-domain integrals of voltage and charge. The emulation is based on multiple-state floating capacitor, implemented via the switched-capacitor technique. The states of internal switches are derived from the memcapacitor memory, which stores the history of the terminal voltage. The procedure is demonstrated on a two-state memcapacitor. Computer simulations are compared with measurements on the manufactured specimen.

Anglický abstrakt

The paper presents a method for emulating floating memcapacitors with piece-wise -linear constitutive relations between time-domain integrals of voltage and charge. The emulation is based on multiple-state floating capacitor, implemented via the switched-capacitor technique. The states of internal switches are derived from the memcapacitor memory, which stores the history of the terminal voltage. The procedure is demonstrated on a two-state memcapacitor. Computer simulations are compared with measurements on the manufactured specimen.

BibTex


@article{BUT114465,
  author="Dalibor {Biolek} and Viera {Biolková} and Zdeněk {Kolka} and Josef {Dobeš}",
  title="Analog Emulator of Genuinely Floating Memcapacitor with Piecewise-Linear Constitutive Relation",
  annote="The paper presents a method for emulating floating memcapacitors with piece-wise -linear constitutive relations between time-domain integrals of voltage and charge. The emulation is based on multiple-state floating capacitor, implemented via the switched-capacitor technique. The states of internal switches are derived from the memcapacitor memory, which stores the history of the terminal voltage. The procedure is demonstrated on a two-state memcapacitor. Computer simulations are compared with measurements on the manufactured specimen.",
  address="Springer US",
  chapter="114465",
  doi="10.1007/s00034-015-0067-8",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Springer US",
  number="1",
  volume="35",
  year="2016",
  month="january",
  pages="43--62",
  publisher="Springer US",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}