Nov 17, 2010
Seminar On Protein Memories
Protein Memories is a good seminar topic for electronics students as Molecular electronics is an emerging field that lies at the interface of chemical physics, electrical engineering and solid state science. It involves encoding, manipulation and retrieval of information at the macromolecular level in contrast to current techniques which are fast approaching their practical limits. You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such Projects and Seminar.
Speed is also an important benefit of volumatric memories. The complication of 3-D storage within the use of parallel architectures enhances the speed of such memories , just a parallel processing in the human brain overcomes relatively slow nueral processor and allows the brain, to be a thinking machine with fast reflexces and rapid decision making capability .If we illuminate a square measuring 1,024 bits by 1,024 bits within a larger tube of protein, we can write 105 KB into memory in a 10 mS cycle. .So it means an overall write speed of 10 million characters per second comparable to slow semiconductor memory.
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