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Sillin, H. O. et al. Benchtop fabrication of memristive atomic switch networks. Journal of nanoscience and nanotechnology 14, 2792–2798 (2014).
Sillin, H. O. et al. Benchtop fabrication of memristive atomic switch networks. Journal of nanoscience and nanotechnology 14, 2792–2798 (2014).
Nayak, A. et al. Biomimetics: Controlling the Synaptic Plasticity of a Cu2S Gap-Type Atomic Switch (Adv. Funct. Mater. 17/2012). Advanced Functional Materials 22, 3605–3605 (2012).
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Ruiz, V. et al. Characterization of the first in-plane mode of AlN-actuated microcantilevers. SPIE Microtechnologies 80661G–80661G (International Society for Optics and Photonics, 2011).
Lang, H. P. et al. A chemical sensor based on a micromechanical cantilever array for the identification of gases and vapors. Applied Physics A: Materials Science & Processing 66, S61–S64 (1998).
Okawa, Y. et al. Chemical wiring and soldering toward all-molecule electronic circuitry. Journal of the American Chemical Society 133, 8227–8233 (2011).
Johansson, P., Berndt, R., Gimzewski, J. K., Apell, S. P. & ,. Comment on“Physical Picture for Light Emission in Scanning Tunneling Microscopy”. Physical review letters 84, 2034–2034 (2000).
Yokoi, N. et al. Construction of Robust Bio-nanotubes using the Controlled Self-Assembly of Component Proteins of Bacteriophage T4. small 6, 1873–1879 (2010).
Rasool, H. I. et al. Continuity of graphene on polycrystalline copper. Nano letters 11, 251–256 (2010).
Nayak, A. et al. Controlling the Synaptic Plasticity of a Cu2S Gap-Type Atomic Switch. Advanced Functional Materials 22, 3606–3613 (2012).
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Aitken, E. J. et al. Electron spectroscopic investigations of the influence of initial-and final-state effects on electronegativity. Journal of the American Chemical Society 102, 4873–4879 (1980).
Lang, H. P. et al. Micro Total Analysis Systems’ 9 57–60 (Springer Netherlands, 1998).
Fornaro, P. et al. AN ELECTRONIC NOSE BASED ON A MICROMECHANICAL CANTILEVER ARRAY. Micro Total Analysis Systems' 98: Proceedings of the Utas' 98 Workshop, Held in Banff, Canada, 13-16 October 1998 57 (1998).
Joachim, C., Gimzewski, J. K. & Aviram, A. Electronics using hybrid-molecular and mono-molecular devices. Nature 408, 541–548 (2000).
Stieg, A. Z. et al. Emergent Criticality in Complex Turing B-Type Atomic Switch Networks. Advanced Materials 24, 286–293 (2012).
Stieg, A. Z. et al. Emergent Criticality in Complex Turing B-Type Atomic Switch Networks. Advanced Materials 24, 286–293 (2012).
Ascott, R. Engineering nature: art & consciousness in the post-biological era. (Intellect Ltd, 2006).
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Avizienis, A. V. et al. Neuromorphic atomic switch networks. PloS one 7, e42772 (2012).
Avizienis, A. V. et al. Neuromorphic atomic switch networks. PloS one 7, e42772 (2012).
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Nagaoka, K., Wesoloski, L. M., Gimzewski, J. K., Aono, M. & Nakayama, T. Scanning tunneling microscope study of a local electronic state surrounding Mn nanoclusters on graphite. Japanese journal of applied physics 45, L469 (2006).
Stieg, A. Z. et al. Memristor Networks 173–209 (Springer International Publishing, 2014).
Stieg, A. Z. et al. Memristor Networks 173–209 (Springer International Publishing, 2014).
Stieg, A. Z. et al. Memristor Networks 173–209 (Springer International Publishing, 2014).
Stieg, A. Z. et al. Self-organized atomic switch networks. Japanese Journal of Applied Physics 53, 01AA02 (2014).
Stieg, A. Z. et al. Self-organized atomic switch networks. Japanese Journal of Applied Physics 53, 01AA02 (2014).
Ohno, T. et al. Sensory and short-term memory formations observed in a Ag2S gap-type atomic switch. Applied Physics Letters 99, 203108 (2011).
Lang, H. P. et al. Sequential position readout from arrays of micromechanical cantilever sensors. Applied Physics Letters 72, 383–385 (1998).
Ohno, T. et al. Short-term plasticity and long-term potentiation mimicked in single inorganic synapses. Nature materials 10, 591–595 (2011).
Yang, R. et al. 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).

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