3D Integration Supports CIM Versatility And Accuracy

Compute-in-memory (CIM) is gaining attention due to its efficiency in limiting the movement of massive volumes of data, but it's not perfect. CIM modules can help reduce the cost of computation for AI workloads, and they can learn from the highly efficient approaches taken by biological brains. When it comes to versatility, scalability, and accuracy, however, significant tradeoffs are requir... » read more

Comprehensive Model of Electron Conduction in Oxide-Based Memristive Devices

Abstract "Memristive devices are two-terminal devices that can change their resistance state upon application of appropriate voltage stimuli. The resistance can be tuned over a wide resistance range enabling applications such as multibit data storage or analog computing-in-memory concepts. One of the most promising classes of memristive devices is based on the valence change mechanism in oxide... » read more