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Variation of a classical fingerprint of ideal memristor

Originální název

Variation of a classical fingerprint of ideal memristor

Anglický název

Variation of a classical fingerprint of ideal memristor

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Gradual disappearance of hysteresis with increasing frequency of the exciting signal is considered a classical fingerprint of general memristive systems. The paper analyzes a special version of this fingerprint, when the value of the charge delivered within the half-period remains constant while the frequency of the sinusoidal current is increasing. Under these conditions, the area of the pinched hysteresis loop of the ideal memristor increases with the square of the frequency. Breaking the rules of this fingerprint indicates reliably that the element analyzed is not an ideal memristor.

Anglický abstrakt

Gradual disappearance of hysteresis with increasing frequency of the exciting signal is considered a classical fingerprint of general memristive systems. The paper analyzes a special version of this fingerprint, when the value of the charge delivered within the half-period remains constant while the frequency of the sinusoidal current is increasing. Under these conditions, the area of the pinched hysteresis loop of the ideal memristor increases with the square of the frequency. Breaking the rules of this fingerprint indicates reliably that the element analyzed is not an ideal memristor.

BibTex


@article{BUT115394,
  author="Zdeněk {Biolek} and Dalibor {Biolek} and Viera {Biolková} and Zdeněk {Kolka}",
  title="Variation of a classical fingerprint of ideal memristor",
  annote="Gradual disappearance of hysteresis with increasing frequency of the exciting signal is considered a classical fingerprint of general memristive systems. The paper analyzes a special version of this fingerprint, when the value of the charge delivered within the half-period remains constant while the frequency of the sinusoidal current is increasing. Under these conditions, the area of the pinched hysteresis loop of the ideal memristor increases with the square of the frequency. Breaking the rules of this fingerprint indicates reliably that the element analyzed is not an ideal memristor.",
  address="Wiley",
  chapter="115394",
  doi="10.1002/cta.2121",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="Wiley",
  number="5",
  volume="44",
  year="2016",
  month="may",
  pages="1202--1207",
  publisher="Wiley",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}