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Will memristors prove irresistible?

8/18/2008 04:01 AM EDT
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vinceatbosch
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re: Will memristors prove irresistible?
vinceatbosch   8/27/2008 2:09:40 PM
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You link to the wrong issue of EETimes for this article

stixoffire
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stixoffire   8/23/2008 11:29:18 PM
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The new format is HORRID - there is a place for a "magazine" and it is not in an online web application. I like click and read, if I wanted to touch it - I would get a magazine. The "new" format is ABSOLUTELY the MOST HORRID thing you could do. What OLD GEEZER thought that one up. I will be reading far less of each of the articles - and seeing far fewer of the advertisements.. how will your advertisers like to not be seen ?

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Blaise Mouttet   8/23/2008 7:06:44 AM
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I have a knol discussing applications of memristors in signal processing, arithmetic processing, pattern comparison, and adaptive filters available at http://knol.google.com/k/blaise-mouttet/programmable-electronics-using/23zgknsxnlchu/2#

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SPLatMan   8/18/2008 9:41:59 PM
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Please bring back the old format. BTW, the Bell Labs group did not make a junction FET (JFET). They made a bipolar junction transistor (BJT). A totally different animal.

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Blaise Mouttet   8/18/2008 7:40:20 PM
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I have a knol discussing possible future applications of memristors which may be of interest. For info go to http://knol.google.com/k/blaise-mouttet/programmable-electronics-using/23zgknsxnlchu/2#

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pmartel   8/18/2008 6:24:31 PM
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The new format for reading articles is awkward to use. I much prefer the older one.

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