This work sheds some light into the crucial discussion over which memristor model should be adopted in the design of memristor-based electronic circuits. In a first study, taking the Pickett's model as reference, for a documented circuit and input setting some of the most acknowledged memristor models are fitted to it by means of an optimization procedure. The second study shows how the dynamics of basic memristor circuits may strongly depend on the memristor model under use. The development of a more universal memristor model is thus necessary for the progress of memristor-based IC design. Here we present some preliminary result on a new modeling approach based on polynomial series expansion. © 2013 TU Dresden.

Insights on memristor modeling / Ascoli, A.; Senger, V.; Tetzlaff, R.; Corinto, F.. - ELETTRONICO. - (2013). (Intervento presentato al convegno European Conference on Circuit Theory and Design, ECCTD tenutosi a Dresden (Germany) nel 08-12 September 2013) [10.1109/ecctd.2013.6662200].

Insights on memristor modeling

A. Ascoli;F. Corinto
2013

Abstract

This work sheds some light into the crucial discussion over which memristor model should be adopted in the design of memristor-based electronic circuits. In a first study, taking the Pickett's model as reference, for a documented circuit and input setting some of the most acknowledged memristor models are fitted to it by means of an optimization procedure. The second study shows how the dynamics of basic memristor circuits may strongly depend on the memristor model under use. The development of a more universal memristor model is thus necessary for the progress of memristor-based IC design. Here we present some preliminary result on a new modeling approach based on polynomial series expansion. © 2013 TU Dresden.
2013
978-3-00-043785-4
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