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On Design and Testing of Combinational Circuits based on Quantum Cellular Automata

Volume 7, Number 4, July 2011 - paper 7- pp. 387-396

SURESH RAI

Louisiana state University, Baton Rouge, USA

(Received on November 21, 2010, revised on April 12, 2011)


Abstract:

Quantum Cellular Automata (QCA) present one of the many emerging computational nanotechnology paradigms.  It uses the arrangements of individual electrons, instead of currents and voltages, to encode binary information.  Note a QCA cell consists of four quantum dots located at the corners of a square. This tutorial paper provides an introductory material on the design and testing of combinational logic using a QCA based majority gate.  The objective is to create an interest among readers of IJPE in the area of QCA and testing of combinational circuits.

 

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