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The peculiar features of the memristor, a fundamental passive two-terminal element characterized by nonlinear relationship between charge and flux, promise to revolutionize integrated circuit design in the next few decades. Besides its most popular potential applications, ultra-dense non-volatile memories and brain-simulating systems, much research has been lately devoted to their use in chaotic circuits. Although the physical memristor is inherentlyasymmetric, complementary behaviors arise indoi:10.1587/nolta.3.336 fatcat:sufxqztnsbgdtgu5lzmvrsztua