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RRAMResistive Random Access Memory
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RRAMRedundant Random Access Memory
RRAMRight-hand Rectangular Approximation Method (calculus)
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It was seen that the exceptional performance of the neuromorphic network mainly resulted from such a reliable RRAM crossbar array.
Ielmini, "Modeling the universal set/reset characteristics of bipolar RRAM by field- and temperature-driven filament growth," IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices, vol.
Moreover, Hf[O.sub.2] is also very promising as material for resistive random access memories (RRAMs) [9,10].
Bosman et al., "Evolution of Filament Formation in Ni/Hf[O.sub.2]/Si[O.sub.x]/Si-Based RRAM Devices," Advances in Electronics, vol.
At the same time, Micron developed an RRAM chip with Sony, part of a technology class that includes conductive bridge RAM (CBRAM), Yole says.
The development is known as RRAM; it utilises the magnetic charge used in MRAM (magnetoresistive RAM) and DRAM (dynamic RAM) in order to create a center layer which has a different resistance to the material which makes up the outside layers of this so-called 'sandwich' formation.
The team led by Professor Keon Jae Lee created the fully functional flexible non-volatile resistive random access memory (RRAM) where a memory cell can be randomly accessed, written, and erased on a plastic substrate.
Users will see the retirement of RRAM (Real-time Reutilization Asset Management), RHICS (Regional Hazardous Inventory Control System), U2 (Uniform Automated Data Processing System for Stock Points - 2), and R-Supply (Relational Supply) at Naval Air Stations.
Research results are presented for semiconducting and metallic nanocrystal memories, SONOS, MRAM, FeRAM, RRAM, and chalcogenide materials, polymer materials, and more recent advances in molecular memories.
As a promising application for graphene oxide, resistive random access memory (RRAM) has attracted a great deal of interest as a next generation nonvolatile memory (NVM) device for high-performance computer.