Indiana University Bloomington

School of Informatics and Computing

Technical Report TR580:
Polymer Processors

Jonathan W. Mills
(Jul 2003), 6 pages
A recent paradigm for analog computation is suited to conductive organic polymers. Partial differential equation solvers and continuous-valued logic cells implemented as conductive sheets and diode arrays have canonical structures than can be reconfigured digitally. An example application, a pattern-recognizing sensor, is presented as a general example of a polymer processor.

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