An organic jelly made fractal logic gate with an infinite truth table
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CitationGhosh, Subrata, Daisuke Fujita, and Anirban Bandyopadhyay. 2015. “An organic jelly made fractal logic gate with an infinite truth table.” Scientific Reports 5 (1): 11265. doi:10.1038/srep11265. http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/srep11265.
AbstractWidely varying logic gates invented over a century are all finite. As data deluge problem looms large on the information processing and communication industry, the thrust to explore radical concepts is increasing rapidly. Here, we design and synthesis a molecule, wherein, the input energy transmits in a cycle inside the molecular system, just like an oscillator, then, we use the molecule to make a jelly that acts as chain of oscillators with a fractal like resonance band. Hence, with the increasing detection resolution, in the vacant space between two energy levels of a given resonance band, a new band appears, due to fractal nature, generation of newer energy levels never stops. This is natural property of a linear chain oscillator. As we correlate each energy level of the resonance band of organic jelly, as a function of pH and density of the jelly, we realize a logic gate, whose truth table is finite, but if we zoom any small part, a new truth table appears. In principle, zooming of truth table would continue forever. Thus, we invent a new class of infinite logic gate for the first time.
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