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      Self consistent measurement and removal of the dipolar interaction field in magnetic particle assemblies and the determination of their intrinsic switching field distribution

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              Room temperature magnetic quantum cellular automata

              All computers process information electronically. A processing method based on magnetism is reported here, in which networks of interacting submicrometer magnetic dots are used to perform logic operations and propagate information at room temperature. The logic states are signaled by the magnetization direction of the single-domain magnetic dots; the dots couple to their nearest neighbors through magnetostatic interactions. Magnetic solitons carry information through the networks, and an applied oscillating magnetic field feeds energy into the system and serves as a clock. These networks offer a several thousandfold increase in integration density and a hundredfold reduction in power dissipation over current microelectronic technology.
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                Journal of Applied Physics
                Journal of Applied Physics
                AIP Publishing
                0021-8979
                1089-7550
                April 15 2012
                April 15 2012
                : 111
                : 8
                : 083914
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                10.1063/1.4704397
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