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An Elementary Note on Skin Hydration Measurement Using Memristive Effect

By Tukaram Dattatray Dongale

Shivaji university kolhapur

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Abstract

The Memristor was predicted by Prof. L. Chua in 1971 and first prototype was reported by team of HP researcher. The memristor follows interesting relation in the view of magnetic flux and charge. There are tremendous applications areas emerged out in the framework of memristor in last few years. The applications in the Memory Technology, Neuromorphic Hardware solution, Soft Computing are name of few. The memristor was hidden at many instances in biomedical fields, but recently reported literature reveals that memristor is universal part of medical diagnosis. In the bird eye view of this scenario, this paper deals with elementary note on the skin hydration measurement using memristor.

KEYWORDS
Forth Circuit Element; Memristor; Hydration Measurement

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