IEEE Circuits and Systems Magazine

Issue 1 • Firstquarter 2018

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  • A Lower Bound for the Hardware Complexity of FIR Filters

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    Shannon's channel capacity theorem states that in a communication channel the available power budget (SNR) dictates the maximum realizable data rate. A relevant question for FIR filters then is this: Given a hardware budget, can we similarly define a general upper bound on the performance capabilities of a realizable FIR filter? And if yes, how close are the hardware complexities of existing FIR f... View full abstract»

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  • A Memristor-Based Optimization Framework for Artificial Intelligence Applications

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    Memristors have recently received significant attention as device-level components for building a novel generation of computing systems. These devices have many promising features, such as non-volatility, low power consumption, high density, and excellent scalability. The ability to control and modify biasing voltages at memristor terminals make them promising candidates to efficiently perform mat... View full abstract»

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The magazine covers the subject areas represented by the Society's transactions, including: analog, passive, switch capacitor, and digital filters; electronic circuits, networks, graph theory, and RF communication circuits; system theory; discrete, IC, and VLSI circuit design; multidimensional circuits and systems; large-scale systems and power networks; nonlinear circuits and systems, wavelets, filter banks, and applications; neural networks; and signal processing.

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Dr. Chai Wah Wu
Thomas J. Watson Research Center