It is becoming increasingly clear that the two-dimensional layout
of devices on computer chips hinders the development of
high-performance computer systems. Three-dimensional structures
will be needed to provide the performance required to implement
computationally intensive tasks. 3-D Nanoelectronic Computer
Architecture and Implementation reviews the state of the art in
nanoelectronic device design and fabrication and discusses the
architectural aspects of 3-D designs, including the possible use of
molecular wiring and carbon nanotube interconnections. This is a
valuable reference for those involved in the design and development
of nanoelectronic devices and technology.
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||Series in Materials Science and Engineering
• K. Nikolic
• M. Forshaw
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