High-Throughput In-Memory Computing for Binary Deep Neural Networks with Monolithically Integrated RRAM and 90nm CMOS

16 Sep 2019Shihui YinXiaoyu SunShimeng YuJae-sun Seo

Deep learning hardware designs have been bottlenecked by conventional memories such as SRAM due to density, leakage and parallel computing challenges. Resistive devices can address the density and volatility issues, but have been limited by peripheral circuit integration... (read more)

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