In-Memory Computing of Akers Logic Array
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This work studies memories with the goal of exploring the concept of in-memory computing. Our point of departure is the 1972 classical study on logical arrays by Akers. We demonstrate a number of new ways for these arrays to simultaneously store information and perform logical operations. We first generalize these arrays to non-binary alphabets. We then show how a special structure of these arrays can both store values and output a sorted version of them. In addition we show how the array can tolerate or detect errors in the stored information. © 2013 IEEE.
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Yaakobi, E., Jiang, A., & Bruck, J.