And you sir are a bigger troll. The paper I cited was not the original paper, but rather a follow up that puts the memristor in a better context. If you allow for various combinations of the derivatives and integrals of just current and voltage you can get a capacitor, resistor, inductor, and memristor. However you can also get the memductor and memacitor as well. This is all explained in that paper.
Why are combinations of voltage, current, charge and flux fundamental?
According to Websters fundamental is:
"a: serving as an original or generating source : primary (a discovery fundamental to modern computers) b: serving as a basis supporting existence or determining essential structure or function : basic"
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