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Gale, E.; de Lacy Costello, B.; Adamatzky, A. (2011)
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Individual memristors have been observed demonstrating neuron-like spiking patterns. It has been shown\ud elsewhere that memristors provide superior modelling for neurons then the Hodgkin-Huxley model. Due to\ud these results we expect memristors to be essential componentns for the construction of neuromorphic\ud architectures. Simple circuits of two and three real world memristors were constructed and oscillatory and\ud spike train behaviour was observed in them. An investigation into the minimal circuit size for complex\ud behaviour was undertaken.
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