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Pavlov’s Dog: A Simple Circuit Implementation using a Volatile Memristor

Pavlov’s Dog: A Simple Circuit Implementation using a Volatile Memristor

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Department of Computer Engineering, Erzincan Binali Yıldırım University Engineering Faculty, Erzincan, Turkey

ELECTRICA 2020; 20: 81-85
DOI: 10.5152/electrica.2020.19085
Read: 196 Downloads: 132 Published: 10 February 2020

Memristors are electronic devices, which are widely used in neuromorphic circuit design, because they exhibit some superior properties such as memory and nonlinear behavior. Previous nonvolatile memristor-based associative learning, which is a type of learning mechanism using circuits, has not taken into account the time interval between neutral stimulus and its effect on the circuit, after a long time-lapse. In this paper, a volatile memristor is used instead of a fully nonvolatile memristor in an effort to provide the sensitivity required for the time interval between applied pulses. Also, compared with previous studies, the response of the volatile memristor-based circuit is sensitive to additional input applied pulses. All simulations presented in this work were successfully carried out.

Cite this article as: Orman K. Pavlov’s Dog: A Simple Circuit Implementation using a Volatile Memristor. Electrica, 2020; 20(1): 82-86.

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