Single Electron Tunneling Technology

Single Electron Tunneling Technology

(hardware)
A neural network hardware concept based on single electron tunneling. Single electron tunneling transistors have some properties which make them attractive for neural networks, among which their small size, low power consumption and potentially high speed.

Simulations have been performed on some small circuits of SET transistors that exhibit functional properties similar to those required for neural networks.

http://computer.org/conferen/proceed/mn96/ABSTRACT.HTM#125.

[Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Microelectronics for Neural Networks and Fuzzy Systems (MicroNeuro '96). Martijn J. Goossens, Chris J.M. Verhoeven, and Arthur H.M. van Roermund].
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Other topics include optimization of the HAS-2 family of hash functions on FPGAs, a space saving layout for passive components, finite state machine implementation with single electron tunneling technology, and a programmable logic array structure based on quantum-dot cellular automata.
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