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Issue No.02 - February (2011 vol.44)
pp: 37-45
André DeHon , University of Pennsylvania
Benjamin Gojman , University of Pennsylvania
Suitable architectures and paradigm shifts in assembly and usage models will make it possible to exploit the compactness and energy benefits of single-nanometer dimension devices and allow extending these structures into the third dimension without depending on top-down lithography to define the smallest feature sizes in a system.
Lithography, Self-assembly, Bottom-up synthesis, Programmable logic arrays (PLAs), Nanowires, Reconfigurable computing
André DeHon, Benjamin Gojman, "Crystals and Snowflakes: Building Computation from Nanowire Crossbars", Computer, vol.44, no. 2, pp. 37-45, February 2011, doi:10.1109/MC.2011.44
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