V.K. Belik

Èlektron. model. 2018, 38(5):61-74


Possible application of resonant nanoelectromechanical systems (NEMS) for creation of some information models and specialized computing devices has been investigated. Namely, they were used for modeling the neurosystem elements and arbitrary systems of linear algebraic equations. The possibility of creating specialized calculators for fast search of numbers in a fixed array for spectral data and signal analysis (Fourier transform) were considered. We have described some characteristic properties of the NEMS.


nanoelectromechanical system, resonant four-poles, neuron, axon, matrix structures, oscillations.


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