Leon O. Chua

Leon Ong Chua (; ; born June 28, 1936) is an American electrical engineer and computer scientist. He is a professor in the electrical engineering and computer sciences department at the University of California, Berkeley, which he joined in 1971. He has contributed to nonlinear circuit theory and cellular neural network (CNN) theory. He is also the inventor and namesake of Chua's circuit one of the first and most widely known circuits to exhibit chaotic behavior, and was the first to conceive the theories behind, and postulate the existence of, the memristor. Thirty-seven years after he predicted its existence, a working solid-state memristor was created by a team led by R. Stanley Williams at Hewlett Packard. Provided by Wikipedia

by Chua, Leon O.
Published 1998
Springer US

by Mainzer, Klaus, Chua, Leon
Published 2012
Springer Berlin Heidelberg

by Parker, Thomas S., Chua, Leon O.
Published 1989
Springer New York

by Adamatzky, Andrew
Published 2014
Springer International Publishing
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by Pierzchala, Edmund
Published 1998
Springer US
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