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Dynamic computing random access memory: A brain-inspired computing paradigm with memelements

Abstract:
We discuss the implementation of a novel approach to computing named memcomputing using memelements – in particular memcapacitive systems. It is shown that solid-state memcapacitive systems are ideal to implement such a concept since they support information processing and storage at the same physical location at low-energy cost. This feature can be used to perform boolean logic functions “on demand” directly in memory. In this paper, we develop the idea of a memcapacitive dynamic computing random access memory introducing a novel computing scheme based on Voltage Sense Amplifiers, and discussing some features of information storage in internal states of memcapacitive systems in the presence of leakage currents…