Intelligent Memories in VLSI

Goser K, Fölster C, Rückert U (1984)
Information Sciences 34(1): 61-82.

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A concept of an intelligent memory, called an adaptive associative system (AAS), is described from the system level down to the device level. The performance of an AAS is discussed by means of computer simulations in regard to text processing and pattern recognition, especially such outstanding features as fault tolerance, semantic association, autosegmentation, and self-organization of information. The system concept of such a memory is rendered adequate for the VLSI technique by partitioning into repetitive memory units and by introducing a nonvolatile memory cell. The importance of interaction in realizing an AAS as a microelectronic component is pointed out for both system design and VLSI technology.
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Goser K, Fölster C, Rückert U. Intelligent Memories in VLSI. Information Sciences. 1984;34(1):61-82.
Goser, K., Fölster, C., & Rückert, U. (1984). Intelligent Memories in VLSI. Information Sciences, 34(1), 61-82.
Goser, K., Fölster, C., and Rückert, U. (1984). Intelligent Memories in VLSI. Information Sciences 34, 61-82.
Goser, K., Fölster, C., & Rückert, U., 1984. Intelligent Memories in VLSI. Information Sciences, 34(1), p 61-82.
K. Goser, C. Fölster, and U. Rückert, “Intelligent Memories in VLSI”, Information Sciences, vol. 34, 1984, pp. 61-82.
Goser, K., Fölster, C., Rückert, U.: Intelligent Memories in VLSI. Information Sciences. 34, 61-82 (1984).
Goser, Karl, Fölster, C., and Rückert, Ulrich. “Intelligent Memories in VLSI”. Information Sciences 34.1 (1984): 61-82.
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