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posted on 10.02.2014, 03:23 by Michael Alexander Nugent, Timothy Wesley Molter

By connecting the output of AHaH nodes (circles) to the input of static NAND gates, one may create a universal reconfigurable logic gate by configuring the AHaH node attractor states (). The structure of the data stream on binary encoded channels and support AHaH attractor states (Figure 2). Through configuration of node attractor states the logic function of the circuit can be configured and all logic functions are possible. If inputs are represented as a spike encoding over four channels then AHaH node attractor states can attain all logic functions without the use of NAND gates.