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SPICE modeling of memristive, memcapacitative and meminductive systems

Originální název

SPICE modeling of memristive, memcapacitative and meminductive systems

Anglický název

SPICE modeling of memristive, memcapacitative and meminductive systems

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

A methodology of SPICE modeling of general memristive, memcapacitative, and meminductive systems is proposed and their special cases such as memristors (MR), memcapacitors (MC), and meminductors (ML) are given. These elements are included alongside the conventional R, C, and L elements in a proposed constellation, which generalizes the hitherto approach when the memristor is regarded as a fourth missing passive element. It is shown that the memristor, designed in HP laboratories, can be modeled as a first-order memristive system with nonlinear dependence of the time derivative of the state variable on this variable and on the current flowing through. The outputs of SPICE analyses are consistent with the hitherto published results.

Anglický abstrakt

A methodology of SPICE modeling of general memristive, memcapacitative, and meminductive systems is proposed and their special cases such as memristors (MR), memcapacitors (MC), and meminductors (ML) are given. These elements are included alongside the conventional R, C, and L elements in a proposed constellation, which generalizes the hitherto approach when the memristor is regarded as a fourth missing passive element. It is shown that the memristor, designed in HP laboratories, can be modeled as a first-order memristive system with nonlinear dependence of the time derivative of the state variable on this variable and on the current flowing through. The outputs of SPICE analyses are consistent with the hitherto published results.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT33652,
  author="Dalibor {Biolek} and Zdeněk {Biolek} and Viera {Biolková}",
  title="SPICE modeling of memristive, memcapacitative and meminductive systems",
  annote="A methodology of SPICE modeling of general memristive, memcapacitative, and meminductive systems is proposed and their special cases such as memristors (MR), memcapacitors (MC), and meminductors (ML) are given. These elements are included alongside the conventional R, C, and L elements in a proposed constellation, which generalizes the hitherto approach when the memristor is regarded as a fourth missing passive element. It is shown that the memristor, designed in HP laboratories, can be modeled as a first-order memristive system with nonlinear dependence of the time derivative of the state variable on this variable and on the current flowing through. The outputs of SPICE analyses are consistent with the hitherto published results.",
  address="IEEE",
  booktitle="ECCTD09 - European Conference on Circuit Theory and Design 2009",
  chapter="33652",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  institution="IEEE",
  year="2009",
  month="august",
  pages="249--252",
  publisher="IEEE",
  type="conference paper"
}