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Multi Valued Logic Using Ferroelectric Perovskites

Multi valued logic is the way the real world works, in shades of gray. We call this “analog” states and this kind of logic becomes complex. In order to simplify it, we abstract simple black and white logic conditions, also known as digital or binary states. Almost all of our computing and electronic resources use […]

Ferromagnetic AND Ferroelectric = Multiferroic

Ferromagnetic materials can retain a magnetic charge that is “written” to them using a magnetic field. The magnetic charge can later be “read” from the material allowing us to store data on the material. This is how most hard drives, magnetic tape and many other forms of data storage media work. Ferroelectric materials can retain […]