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Memristors ready for prime time

7/8/2008 05:00 PM EDT
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melanoman
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re: Memristors ready for prime time
melanoman   7/11/2008 11:05:51 PM
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This is a brilliant step forward with a truly awful name. These things look like a comb. I'm going to call them combs. I look forward to the day that "memristor" is the answer to a trivia question and "comb" or some other easily pronounced replacement name is what we teach to the freshmen.

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Hube   7/10/2008 6:06:07 AM
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What about a Memristor discrete diode with a quasi null voltage drop : opportunity to improve energy efficiency conversion ?

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