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Although nanoelectronics won't replace CMOS for some time, research is needed now to develop the architectures, methods, and tools to maximally leverage nanoscale devices and terascale capacity. Addressing the complementary architectural and system issues involved requires greater collaboration at all levels. The effective use of nanotechnology calls for total system solutions
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M. Pedram, A. Orailoglu, W.H. Joyner, J. Harlow, D. Marculescu, C. Lau, D. Hammerstrom, R.I. Bahar, "Architectures for silicon nanoelectronics and beyond", Computer, vol. 40, no. , pp. 25-33, January 2007, doi:10.1109/MC.2007.7
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