Title: Physical model of human blood electronic memristors network

Authors: Shiv Prasad Kosta; Mukta Bhatele; Prateek Gupta; Preeti Nair; Shakti Kosta; Siddharth Dutt Choubey; Luni Thakre; Piyush R. Vaghela; K.N. Patel; B.K. Dave; Jaimin Chavda; Chintan Bhatt; Tushar Nigam

Addresses: Charotar University of Science and Technology, At&Po: Changa Ta: Petlad Dist: Anand, Pin-388421, Gujarat, India; Director General Shri Ram Group of Institutions, Jabalpur, 482002, MP, India ' Department of Computer Science, Gyan-Ganga, College of Science and Technology, Jabalpur, 482002, MP, India ' Department of Electronics; Department of IT, Shri Ram Institute of Science and Technology, Jabalpur, 482002, MP, India ' Department of Electronics; Department of IT, Shri Ram Institute of Science and Technology, Jabalpur, 482002, MP, India ' Department of Electronics; Department of IT, Shri Ram Institute of Science and Technology, Jabalpur, 482002, MP, India ' Department of Electronics; Department of IT, Shri Ram Institute of Science and Technology, Jabalpur, 482002, MP, India ' Department of Physics, RD University, Jabalpur, 482002, MP, India ' Department of Computer Science, Charotar, University of Science and Technology, At&Po: Changa, Ta: Petlad, Dist: Anand, Pin-388421, Gujarat, India ' Department of Computer Science, Charotar, University of Science and Technology, At&Po: Changa, Ta: Petlad, Dist: Anand, Pin-388421, Gujarat, India ' Department of Computer Science, Charotar, University of Science and Technology, At&Po: Changa, Ta: Petlad, Dist: Anand, Pin-388421, Gujarat, India ' Department of Computer Science, Charotar, University of Science and Technology, At&Po: Changa, Ta: Petlad, Dist:Anand, Pin-388421, Gujarat, India ' Department of Computer Science, Charotar, University of Science and Technology, At&Po: Changa, Ta: Petlad, Dist: Anand, Pin-388421, Gujarat, India ' Sagar Institute of Technology, Ayodhya Bypass Road, Bhopal, 462001, MP, India

Abstract: For the first time using therapeutic methodology, network of physical model (three memristors in series and parallel combination) of memristors was experimentally studied. The combination of memristors manifested memristor's characteristics (only as defined by Williams of HP, USA). Key potential applications towards biomedical electronics specially man-machine interface, artificial brain, and signal processing is envisaged.

Keywords: series memristors; parallel memristors; human blood memristors; physical modelling; electronic memristor networks; therapeutics; biomedical electronics; biomechatronics; human-machine interface; HMI; artificial brain; signal processing.

DOI: 10.1504/IJBBR.2014.064919

International Journal of Biomechatronics and Biomedical Robotics, 2014 Vol.3 No.2, pp.74 - 79

Received: 08 May 2021
Accepted: 12 May 2021

Published online: 22 Sep 2014 *

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