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Filamentary extension of the mem-con theory of memristance and its application to titanium dioxide sol-gel memristors (2012)
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Gale, E., de Lacy Costello, B., & Adamatzky, A. Filamentary extension of the mem-con theory of memristance and its application to titanium dioxide sol-gel memristors

Titanium dioxide sol-gel memristors have two different modes of operation, believed to be dependent on whether there is bulk memristance, i.e. memristance throughout the whole volume or filamentary memristance, i.e. memristance caused by the connecti... Read More about Filamentary extension of the mem-con theory of memristance and its application to titanium dioxide sol-gel memristors.

The effect of electrode size on memristor properties: an experimental and theoretical study (2012)
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Gale, E., de Lacy Costello, B., & Adamatzky, A. The effect of electrode size on memristor properties: an experimental and theoretical study

The width of the electrodes is not included in the current phenomenological models of memristance, but is included in the memory-conservation (mem-con) theory of memristance. An experimental study of the effect of changing the top electrode width was... Read More about The effect of electrode size on memristor properties: an experimental and theoretical study.

Aluminium electrodes effect the operation of titanium oxide sol-gel memristors (2011)
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Gale, E., Pearson, D., Kitson, S., Adamatzky, A., & de Lacy Costello, B. Aluminium electrodes effect the operation of titanium oxide sol-gel memristors

By a comparison between memristors made with aluminium and gold electrodes, this letter demonstrates that aluminium electrodes are an essential component of the TiO$_2$ sol-gel flexible memristor . Both slow varying `analogue' and sudden switching `d... Read More about Aluminium electrodes effect the operation of titanium oxide sol-gel memristors.

Un subconjunto de autómata celular con comportamiento complejo en dos dimensiones (2005)
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Martinez, G. J., Mendez, A. M., & Zambrano, M. M. Un subconjunto de autómata celular con comportamiento complejo en dos dimensiones

Modelos matemáticos con la capacidad de soportar comportamiento complejo han sido formulados y análizados a través de la historia de las matemáticas. Nosotros estudiamos un modelo discreto en dos dimensiones conocido como autómata celular. Dentro de... Read More about Un subconjunto de autómata celular con comportamiento complejo en dos dimensiones.

Slime extralligence: Developing a wearable sensorial and computing network with physarum polycephalum
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Adamatzky, A., & Schubert, T. Slime extralligence: Developing a wearable sensorial and computing network with physarum polycephalum

We proposed, and partly implement in laboratory conditions, an intelligent adaptive living network wearable by humans and robots. When grown on 3D bodies (living or inanimate) the living Physarum network provide a highly-distributed sensorial struc... Read More about Slime extralligence: Developing a wearable sensorial and computing network with physarum polycephalum.

Introduction to Rule 110
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Martinez, G. J. (2004). Introduction to Rule 110

A brief introduction to the study of the cellular automaton Rule 110 is presented. We begin with a general historical background of cellular automata theory, discussing the most important stages of development. Later we show the antecedents in the st... Read More about Introduction to Rule 110.