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Benchtop fabrication of memristive atomic switch networks. Journal of nanoscience and nanotechnology 14, 2792–2798 (2014).
Biomimetics: Controlling the Synaptic Plasticity of a Cu2S Gap-Type Atomic Switch (Adv. Funct. Mater. 17/2012). Advanced Functional Materials 22, 3605–3605 (2012).
Chemical wiring and soldering toward all-molecule electronic circuitry. Journal of the American Chemical Society 133, 8227–8233 (2011).
Controlling the Synaptic Plasticity of a Cu2S Gap-Type Atomic Switch. Advanced Functional Materials 22, 3606–3613 (2012).
Emergent Criticality in Complex Turing B-Type Atomic Switch Networks. Advanced Materials 24, 286–293 (2012).
Learning Abilities Achieved by a Single Solid-State Atomic Switch. Advanced Materials 22, 1831–1834 (2010).
Memristive operations demonstrated by gap-type atomic switches. Applied Physics A 102, 811–815 (2011).
Morphological transitions from dendrites to nanowires in the electroless deposition of silver. Crystal Growth & Design 13, 465–469 (2013).
Neuromorphic atomic switch networks. PloS one 7, e42772 (2012).
On-demand nanodevice with electrical and neuromorphic multifunction realized by local ion migration. ACS nano 6, 9515–9521 (2012).
Scanning tunneling microscope study of a local electronic state surrounding Mn nanoclusters on graphite. Japanese journal of applied physics 45, L469 (2006).
Memristor Networks 173–209 (Springer International Publishing, 2014).
Self-organized atomic switch networks. Japanese Journal of Applied Physics 53, 01AA02 (2014).
Sensory and short-term memory formations observed in a Ag2S gap-type atomic switch. Applied Physics Letters 99, 203108 (2011).
Short-term plasticity and long-term potentiation mimicked in single inorganic synapses. Nature materials 10, 591–595 (2011).
Synaptic plasticity and memory functions achieved in a WO3- x-based nanoionics device by using the principle of atomic switch operation. Nanotechnology 24, 384003 (2013).
A theoretical and experimental study of neuromorphic atomic switch networks for reservoir computing. Nanotechnology 24, 384004 (2013).
Unorganized Machines: Emergent Criticality in Complex Turing B-Type Atomic Switch Networks (Adv. Mater. 2/2012). Advanced Materials 24, 142–142 (2012).