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Nano, Quantum and Molecular Computing

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Authors: Sandeep K. Shukla, R. Iris Bahar

ISBN: 9788184893717

Copy Right Year:  2004

Pages:  374

Binding: Soft Cover

Publisher:  Springer

SKU: 9788184893717 Category:

Description

This book will serve a unique purpose. Several times over the past few years I have had students ask me to point them toward literature references on defect tolerant architectures for nano-electronics, or nano-electronics design concepts, etc. For quantum computing and neural nets, well established research communities exist and such references are easy to point to. For Some of these other paradigms, papers often appear in journals that biologists, chemists, materials scientists, physicist, etc., rarely encounter or, worse yet students must turn to patent literature! This book brings together for the first time, many of these modern architectural concepts into a single text, with chapters written by a terrific group of experts, It is sure to become a mainstay in my group, and I expect that it will be a valuable resource for many years to come.

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Weight .38 kg
Dimensions 24 × 16 × 2 cm

Table of Content

Part I Nano- Computing at the Physical Layer

Nanometer Scale Technologies: Device Considerations

Part II Defect Tolerant Nano- Computing

Nanocomputing in the Presence of Defects and Faults: A Survey

Defect Tolerance at the End of the Roadmap

Obtaining Quadrillion-Transistor Logic Systems Despite Imperfect Manufacture, Hardware Failure, and Incomplete System Specification

A Probabilistic based Design for Nanoscale Computation

Evaluating Reliability Trade-offs for Nano- Architectures

Law of Large Numbers System Design

Part III Nano-Scale Quantum Computing

Challenges in Reliable Quantum Computing

Origins and Motivations for Design Rules in QCA

Partitioning and Placement for Buildable QCA Circuits

Part IV Validation of Nano- Scale Architectures

Verification of Large Scale Nano Systems with Unreliable Nano Devices

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