
There are many research and development areas to which cell matrices can be applied, and we intend to provide information about them. For the moment, however, we provide two small examples of the use of cell matrices to construct ordinary circuits.

Floating Point Functions:
Several
floating point operations (add, subtract, multiply) that are useful for working with real
numbers have been implemented for the Cell Matrix.

Computer Memory: we show how a small 16 by 4 bit computer memory is implemented on a cell matrix, by a straightforward translation of a schematic diagram.

Processing Unit: we show how a simple arithmetic logic unit is implemented on a cell matrix, by a straightforward translation of a schematic diagram. An arithmetic logic unit (ALU) is a piece of circuitry inside a processor used to do math.


 