Bistable saturation in coupled quantum dots for quantum cellular automata

Lent, Craig S.; Tougaw, P. Douglas; Porod, Wolfgang
February 1993
Applied Physics Letters;2/15/1993, Vol. 62 Issue 7, p714
Academic Journal
Analyzes a quantum dot cell model containing two electrons as candidates for quantum cellular automata implementation. Polarization of the ground state by electrostatic field perturbation; Saturation of cellular automation function; Effect of quantum confinement and Coulomb interaction on saturation behavior.


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