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Digital Memcomputing Machines
Massimiliano Di Ventra^{a} and Fabio L. Traversa^{b}
Department of Physics, University of California San Diego, La Jolla, CA 92093-0319 USA.
^{a}ftraversa@physics.ucsd.edu
^{b}diventra@physics.ucsd.edu
ABSTRACT
In this contribution we will discuss the digital, hence scalable, version of memcomputing machines. These are non- Turing machines that use memory to both process and store information at the same physical location. We will introduce their mathematical definition and provide as an example their implementation of an inverse three-bit sum gate using self-organizable logic gates, namely gates that organize dynamically to satisfy their logical propositions.

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