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Quantum-Dot Cellular Automata

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· P.D. Tougaw, C.S. Lent, and W. Porod, "Bistable Saturation in Coupled Quantum-Dot Cells," Journal of Applied Physics, Volume 74, Number 5, Pages 3558-3566, September 1993.

· P.D. Tougaw and C.S. Lent, "Logical Devices Implemented Using Quantum Cellular Automata," Journal of Applied Physics, Volume 75, Number 3, Pages 1818-1825, February 1994.

· T. Tanamoto and R. Katoh, "The Possibility of Higher Temperature Operation in Quantum Cellular Automata (QCA)," ICIE Transactions on Electronics, Volume E79-C, Number 11, Pages 1550-1556, November 1996.

· C.S. Lent and P.D. Tougaw, "A Device Architecture for Computing with Quantum Dots," Proceedings of the IEEE, Volume 85, Number 4, Pages 541-557, April 1997.

· N. Wu, N. Shibata, and Y. Amemiya, "Quantum Cellular Automaton Device Using the Image Charge Effect," Japanese Journal of Applied Physics, Volume 37, Part 1, Number 5A, Pages 2433-2438, May 1998.

· W. Porod, C.S. Lent, G.H. Bernstein, A.O. Orlov, I. Amlani, G.L. Snider, and J.L. Merz, "Quantum-Dot Cellular Automata: Computing with Coupled Quantum Dots," International Journal of Electronics, Volume 86, Number 5, Pages 549-590, May 1999.

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