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Cellular wave computers for nanotera- scale technology---beyond boolean, spatial-temporal logic in million processor devices

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1 Author(s)
T. Roska ; Hungarian Acad. of Sci., Pazmany Univ., Budapest

Cellular wave computer architecture as a spatial-temporal universal machine on flows reflects (i) the prophecies of Turing and von Neumann, (ii) physical constraints of nano-scale technology, (iii) typical constructs in neural organisation and mechanisms, and (iv) provides for a new way of algorithmic and hardware-software framework, already implemented in some new products, including visual microprocessors. A few aspects of this new kind of computer and computing are highlighted, including the `function in layout' principle, the biological relevance in retinal modelling, and the new type of spatial-temporal algorithmic thinking beyond Boolean logic

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:43 ,  Issue: 8 )