The practical realization of neuro-memristive systems requires highly accurate simulation models, robust devices and validations on device characteristics. This chapter covers the basics of memristor characteristics, models and a succinct review of practically realized memristive devices. Memristors represent a class of two terminal resistive switching multi-state memory devices that can be compatible with existing integrated circuit technologies. The modeling of memristors for very large scale simulations requires to accurately capture process variations and other non-idealities from real devices for ensuring the validity of deep neural network architecture designs with memristors.
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- Modeling and Simulation
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- Applied Mathematics