Memristor: the illusive device

Salama, Khaled Nabil. et al., "Memristor: the illusive device." In Proceedings of the great lakes symposium on VLSI, 2012, 208.

The memristor (M) is considered to be the fourth two-terminal passive element in electronics, alongside the resistor (R), the capacitor (C), and the inductor (L). Its existence was postulated in 1971 but its first implementation was reported in 2008. Where was it hiding all that time and what can we do with it? Come and learn how the memristor completes the roster of electronic devices much like a missing particle that physicists seek to complete their tableaus.