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By L. Landau, Ya. Smorodinsky

Smorodinsky. Concise graduate-level creation to key facets of nuclear conception: nuclear forces, nuclear constitution, nuclear reactions, pi-mesons, interactions of pi-mesons with nucleons, extra. in line with landmark sequence of lectures by means of famous Russian physicist. "...a actual jewel of an ordinary creation into the most ideas of nuclear theory...should be within the fingers of each student."—Nuclear Physics. 1959 variation. eight black-and-white illustrations. Foreword.

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The test/diagnosis scheme involves configuring the nanoFabric into a number of tilings (configurations). In each particular tiling, the components are configured into test circuits. If a test circuit passed the test, all components in that test circuit are marked to be fault-free. The above procedure is repeated for many tilings, so that each component is part of many different test circuits. At the end, all the components marked fault-free can be used in mapping desired function. 4 NanoPLA An array-based architecture that is similar to a PLA has been proposed in [10].

And S. Goldstein, “Scalable Defect Tolerance for Molecular Electronics,” Proceedings of the 1st Workshop on Non-Silicon Computing, 2002, pp. 78-85. [6] Han, J. and P. Jonker, “A defect- and fault-tolerant architecture for nanocomputers,” Nanotechnology,Vol. 14, No. 2, 2003, pp. 224-230. [7] Dehon, A. and H. Naeimi, “Seven Strategies for Tolerating Highly Defective Fabrication,” IEEE Design & Test of Computers,Vol. 22, No. 4, 2005, pp. 306-315. [8] Jeffery, C. M. and R. J. O. Figueiredo, “Hierarchical Fault Tolerance for Nanoscale Memories”, IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology,Vol.

12. Two such molecules form a six-dot QCA cell [29]. 12 Tri-state Quantum-dot Molecule (From [32]. c 2003 IEEE. 13(a). The QCA circuit is partitioned into so-called clocking zones, such that all cells in a zone are controlled by the same clock signal. Cells in each zone perform a specific calculation. During the Relax phase, the electrons are pulled into the middle dots, so the cell is in “null” state. During the Switch phase, the interdot barrier is slowly raised and pushes the electrons into the corner dots, so the cell attains a definitive polarity under the influence of its neighbors (which are in the Hold phase).

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