Present and the Future of Chaos Computing
We study chaos computing as a new approach for reconfigurable computing and present some of our latest results and discuss what this new direction to computing means and implies. We discuss the advantages and challenges that come with this new paradigm of computing and envision its future.
KeywordsNonlinear Dynamical System Semiconductor Industry Logic Block Chaotic Regime Unstable Periodic Orbit
We gratefully acknowledge support from the Office of Naval Research under Grant No. N000141-21-0026 and STTR grant No. N00014-14-C-0033.
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