Condensed Matter

   

Pinched Hysteresis Loops Are a Fingerprint of Square Law Capacitors

Authors: Blaise Mouttet

It has been claimed that pinched hysteresis curves are the fingerprint of memristors. This paper demonstrates that a linear resistor in parallel with a nonlinear, square law capacitor also produces pinched hysteresis curves. Spice simulations are performed examining the current vs. voltage behavior of this circuitry under different amplitudes and frequencies of an input signal. Based on this finding a more generalized dynamic systems model is suggested for ReRAM and neuromorphic modeling to cover a broader range of pinched hysteresis curves.

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[v1] 2012-05-03 09:22:18
[v2] 2012-05-15 21:32:04

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