Analysis of 6(4) - Valued Memory
Keywords:Differential equations, memory, multilevel systems, sequential circuits
AbstractThe subject of the article is an analysis of multiple-valued memory, which, according to previously verified assumptions should contain up to 6 stable singularities and an unspecified number of undesirable stable limit cycles. Eigenvalues, however, suggested that instead of 6 stable singularities, the memory is characterized by only four of them. This fact was verified initially by trajectories and consequently also by the calculation of boundary surface section led exclusively through the “suspicious” singularities. The result of the analysis is probably the first reference of violated alternation of stable and unstable singularities in sequential circuit.
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