Editorial [device concepts, architectural strategies, and interfacing methodologies for realizing nanoscale sensor systems]
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The papers in this special issue explore Device Concepts, Architectural Strategies, and Interfacing Methodologies for Realizing Nanoscale Sensor Systems. This is volume II of the special issue. Some of the papers are based in part on oral and poster presentations at the Nanoelectronic Devices for Defense and Security Conference, held in Fort Lauderdale, FL, from September 27-October 2, 2009.
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Device Concepts, Architectural Strategies, and Interfacing Methodologies for Nanoscale Sensor Systems Burke P; Du C; Herr D; Jensen JO; Lugli P; Radack DJ; Stroscio M; Swaminathan V; Towe E; Woodlard DL (IEEE-INST ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS INC, 2010)The twenty papers in this special issue explore device concepts, architectural strategies and interfacing methodologies for nanoscale sensor systems. Some of the papers are based in part on oral and poster presentations ...
Becherer M; Kiermaier J; Breitkreutz S; Csaba G; Ju X; Rezgani J; Kießling T; Yilmaz C; Osswald P; Lugli P; Schmitt-Landsiedel D (2010)Ferromagnetic Co/Pt films and single-domain magnets are characterized by various types of Extraordinary Hall-Effect (EHE) sensors. The magnetron sputtered multilayer films are annealed and measured in the temperature range ...
Ge M; Massimo D; Ricci F; Zini F (Springer Verlag, 2015)The booming development of wearable devices has created new opportunities and challenges for recommender system research. In fact, the relevance of a recommendation is largely affected by the user’s real-time requirements, ...