Optical computing: January 24-25, 1984, Los Angeles, California
SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering, 1984 - Computers - 159 pages
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MATERlALS AND DEVlCES
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acousto-optic algorithms analog applications approach architectures bandwidth beam binary bismuth silicon oxide bistable optical Bragg cells Casasent chip circuit clock coefficients combinatorial logic components configuration correlation described detector array diffraction dimensional discussed dynamic range electrical electronic electrooptic encoding equation Figure filter Fourier transform frequency hologram holographic optical elements hybrid IEEE implemented input object integrated optical intensity iterative large number laser diode layer LCLV light valve limited linear liquid crystal logic gates materials matrix matrix-vector multiplication noise nonlinear operations optical computing optical correlator optical devices optical feedback optical interconnections optical logic OPTICAL PATTERN RECOGNITION optical processor optical signals optical systems output parallel PDE's performance photoconductive photodetector photorefractive plane potential problem Proc radar range measurement readout Schematic shown in Fig signal processing solution spatial light modulators speed SPIE storage switching systolic array techniques two-dimensional vector voltage volume holographic optical waveguides wavelength