Momentum Computing is an information-processing paradigm that uses reversible computing principles to design control protocols that manipulate dynamically-underdamped memory states. This means positional memory-state dynamics are non-Markovian during computation. One recent physical instantiation with coupled superconducting Josephson devices promises a thousand-fold reduction in the energy required for computing, while sill operating at speeds comparable to todays microprocessors.
Momentum computing proposal that explains the motivation and provides proof of concept simulations
Realistic device with accompanying physically calibrated simulations.