Uniform and Piece-wise Uniform Fields in Memristor Models

Ella Gale

The Strukov model was the phenomenological model that accompanied the announcement of the first recognised physical instantiation of the memristor and, as such, it has been widely used. This model described the motion of a boundary, $w$, between two types of inter-converting material, $R_{\mathrm{off}}$ and $R_{\mathrm{on}}$, seemingly under a uniform field across the entire device. In fact, what was intended was a field with a discontinuity at $w$, that was uniform between $0

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