## Scientists At Politecnico Di Milano Designed A Feedback Circuit For One Step Algebraic Solutions

Linear Algebra is an integral part of almost all engineering sciences. Solving a matrix requires high computational power, while solving more complex calculations requires an extravagant setup. Matrix factorization is used in solving matrix equations, and it cannot be completed in a single step. Each step consumes energy and hardware (hence laborious). Daniele Ielmini and his team designed a feed-back circuit at Politecnico Di Milano. They used cross-point resistive memories to solve algebraic operations such as linear equations, matrix eigenvectors, and differential equations in single-step operation, reducing the huge amount of hardware and energy cost. Read more

**February, 2019**