PHYSICAL PHENOMENA FOR LOGICAL FUNCTIONS.
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There are a number of physical phenomena occurring in solids which have some promise for application to logical devices. Some of these have been partially explored and at least for the present, discarded. Others have received no consideration, not even a feasibility evaluation. The purpose of this work is to consider some of these phenomena to discover in what form and how well they might be used to construct devices and implement useful logical functions. Technical study areas include Distributed constant neuristors, niobium oxide negative resistance elements, minimum complexity digital electronics, continuous-medium domain logic and memory devices, and some remarks on topology and power supply of logical networks.