Biologically Inspired Trainable Logic Gate Array
Exhibit Code: GLE-306
Zone: Engineering Park
Location: James E. Gleason Hall (GLE/009) - Computer Engineering wing
Time: All Day
The recent realization of passive memristive devices has opened the door for many new possibilities in the future of computing. By relating electrical charge to magnetic flux linearly, these devices act as variable resistors whose resistance increases or decreases as current flows through them. This, in turn, gives memristive devices a natural memory capability very similar to that found in the synapses that connect neurons in the brain. Utilizing this natural learning capability, a trainable logic gate array capable of learning and adapting in real-time is being developed. A poster will be displayed giving an overview of the project and showing simulation results of the system.