Ferroelectrics

Chaotic memory

Controlled switching of interacting ferroelectric surface domains leads to a variety of regular and chaotic patterns, and could provide a physical platform for performing calculations.

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Figure 1: The logistic map.

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Pignolet, A. Chaotic memory. Nature Phys 10, 9–11 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1038/nphys2845

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