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Guest editorial: IEEE/ACM symposium on nanoscale architectures (NANOARCH07)
Article No.: 1
Towards achieving reliable and high-performance nanocomputing via dynamic redundancy allocation
Shuo Wang, Lei Wang, Faquir Jain
Article No.: 2
Nanoelectronic devices are considered to be the computational fabrics for the emerging nanocomputing systems due to their ultra-high speed and integration density. However, the imperfect bottom-up self-assembly fabrication leads to excessive...
Emerging nanodevice paradigm: Graphene-based electronics for nanoscale computing
Z. F. Wang, Huaixiu Zheng, Q. W. Shi, Jie Chen
Article No.: 3
The continued miniaturization of silicon-based electronic circuits is fast approaching its physical limitations. It is unlikely that advances in miniaturization, following the so-called Moore's Law, can continue in the foreseeable future....
A quantum-dot cellular automata (QCA) design of an nxm-bit, shift-register-based memory architecture is presented. The architecture maintains data at a stable conformation, which is contrary to traditional data in-motion concept for QCA...
A simulator for ballistic nanostructures in a 2-D electron gas
Dennis Huo, Qiaoyan Yu, David Wolpert, Paul Ampadu
Article No.: 5
A multipurpose simulator for ballistic nanostructures, based on classical mechanics of electrons at the Fermi level, has been successfully implemented. Despite the simplicity of the model, the simulator successfully reproduces a number of...