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3:30pm
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4:45pm
  Nanofab Speaker: Laszlo B. Kish  
(Lectures and Seminars)

"Noise-Based Logic. Why Noise, Why not Sinusoidals?"

When noise dominates an information system, like in nano-electronic systems of the foreseeable future, a natural question occurs: can we perhaps utilize the noise as information carrier? Another question is: Can a deterministic logic scheme be constructed where the logic information is carried by noise, like in the brain? The answers to these questions are: yes, and noise-based logic. However a new question appears: Although noise-based logic shows potential advantages of reduced power dissipation and the ability of large-scale parallel operations, with low hardware and time complexity, the question still persist: is randomness really needed out of orthogonality? Can we just use deterministic signals such a sinusoidal signal system instead, with perhaps better characteristics? After introducing noise-based logic, we address this question.
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Location: Nedderman Hall Rm 108
Contact: Thanh Bui
E-Mail: tbui@uta.edu
817-272-1536
   
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