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Emerging resistive memories for low power embedded applications and neuromorphic systems

Abstract : In this work, we will focus on the role that new nonvolatile resistive memory technologies can play in emerging fields of application, such as non-volatile logic circuits or neuromorphic circuits, to save energy and increase performance. Concerning the introduction of non-volatile functionalities at the logic level, we will demonstrate hybrid CMOS logic plus ReRAM (specifically CBRAM and OXRAM) circuits for ultra low power FPGA and fixed-logic IC design, as Non Volatile Flip-Flops. Concerning neuromorphic circuits, we will focus on the emulation of synaptic plasticity effects with resistive memory synapses. We will present large-scale energy efficient neuromorphic systems based on ReRAM as stochastic-binary synapses. Prototype applications such as complex visual- and auditory-pattern extraction will be also discussed using feedforward spiking neural networks.
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B. Desalvo, E. Vianello, O. Thomas, F. Clermidy, O. Bichler, et al.. Emerging resistive memories for low power embedded applications and neuromorphic systems. 2015 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS), May 2015, Lisbon, Portugal. pp.3088-3091, ⟨10.1109/ISCAS.2015.7169340⟩. ⟨cea-01817863⟩



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