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IN 1960 Bernard Widrow develops a 3 terminal device called a " memistor " as a new fundamental circuit component forming the basis of a neural network circuit called ADALINE (ADAptive LInear NEuron).
Bernard Widrow develops a 3-terminal device called a " memistor " as a new fundamental circuit component forming the basis of a neural network circuit called ADALINE (ADAptive LInear NEuron).
Bhagwat Swaroop, William West and others publish a paper entitled Programmable Current Mode Hebbian Learning Neural Network Using Programmable Metallization Cell"
in the Proceedings of the IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems demonstrating that the complexity of an artificial synapse can be minimized by using an ionic programmable resistance device.
Victor Erokhin and M.P. Fontana claim to have developed a polymeric memristor before the titanium dioxide memristor of Stan Williams group in the article "Electrochemically controlled polymeric device: a memristor (and more) found two years ago."
Blaise Mouttet, a graduate student at George Mason University, presents a poster entitled "Proposal for Memristors in Signal Processing" at Nano-Net 2008, a nanotechnology conference in Boston
In 1960 circuit element called the memistor (a resistor with memory) has been devised by B. Widrow and M. E, Hoff for the realization of automatically adapted ADALINE neurons
The first working memistors were made of ordinary pencil leads immersed in test tubes containing copper sulphate- sulphuric acid plating baths. These elements are small and rugged, cheap, simple, and noncritical in manufacture.
In may of 2008, 37 year old Waiting for Leon Chua blossomed, when scientists under the leadership of R . Stanley Williams created the first memristor at HP labs The Memristor was created out of TiO 2 and TiO 2 - x
NIST ’s effort to built the first nonvolatile fast flexible memory for defense purpose led them to the invention of first ever flexible memristor in July of 2009 This memristor uses the same material as that of HP’s memristor but in a much simpler way
Spintronic Memristor Through Spin-Torque-Induced Magnetization Motion by XiaobinWang, Yiran Chen, Haiwen Xi, Hai Li,and Dimitar Dimitrov IEEE Electron Device Letters ,(march 2009)
A Flexible Solution-Processed Memristor by Nadine Gergel-Hackett, Behrang Hamadani, Barbara Dunlap, John Suehle, Curt Richter, Christina Hacker, and David Gundlach, IEEE Electron Device Letters , (july 2009)