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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 1505

Optics for Computers: Architectures and Technologies
Editor(s): Guy J. Lebreton
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 1505
Date Published: 1 September 1991
Softcover: 22 papers (216) pages
ISBN: 9780819406149

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Efficiency of liquid-crystal light valves as polarization rotators
Author(s): Neil Collings; Wei Xue; Giancarlo Pedrini
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Influence of input information coding for correlation operations
Author(s): Sylvie Maze; Pascal Joffre; Philippe Refregier
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Computer-generated holograms optimized for illumination with partially coherent light using silicon backplane spatial light modulators as the recording device
Author(s): Dominic C. O'Brien; Robert J. Mears
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First programmable digital optical processor: optical cellular logic image processor
Author(s): Robert G. A. Craig; Brian S. Wherrett; Andrew C. Walker; Douglas J. McKnight; Ian R. Redmond; John Fraser Snowdon; Gerald Stuart Buller; Edward J. Restall; R. A. Wilson; Suzanne Wakelin; Neil McArdle; P. Meredith; J. Michael Miller; Mohammad R. Taghizadeh; G. Mackinnon; Stanley D. Smith
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Digital optical computers at Boulder
Author(s): Harry F. Jordan
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Module for optical parallel logic using bistable optically addressed ferroelectric spatial light modulators
Author(s): Laurent Guibert; M. Killinger; Jean-Louis M. de Bougrenet de la Tocnaye
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Design of a motionless head for parallel readout optical disk
Author(s): Philippe J. Marchand; Ashok V. Krishnamoorthy; Pierre Ambs; Julien Gresser; Sadik C. Esener; Sing H. Lee
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Recent advances in surface plasmon spatial light modulators
Author(s): Martin E. Caldwell; Eric M. Yeatman
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Polarization-based all-optical bistable element
Author(s): Andrzej W. Domanski; Miroslaw A. Karpierz; Dariusz Strojewski
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Photocryosar: bistable element for optoelectronic computing
Author(s): Oleg A. Ryabushkin; Vladimir Antonovich Bader
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Optical higher order double-layer associative memory
Author(s): David Tai-Yen Lam; John Edward Carroll
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Integration of an edge extraction cellular automaton
Author(s): Jean Taboury; Pierre H. Chavel
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Designing digital optical computing systems: power distribution and crosstalk
Author(s): Jonathan P. Pratt; Vincent P. Heuring
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Microwatt all-optical switches, array memories, and flip-flops
Author(s): Chang Hai Wang; Ashley D. Lloyd; Brian S. Wherrett
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Photon echo as a tool for optical digital processing
Author(s): Eduard A. Manykin; Nicholas A. Chernishev
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Optical interconnects in high-bandwidth computing
Author(s): L. Dekker; Edward E. E. Frietman
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Optical approaches to overcome present limitations for interconnection and control in parallel electronic architectures
Author(s): Thierry Maurin; Francis Devos
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Two new developments for optoelectronic bus systems
Author(s): Jie Jiang; Udo Kraemer
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Role for optics in future parallel processing
Author(s): Larry Rudolph
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Development of wideband 16-channel acousto-optical modulators on the LiNbO3 and TeO2 crystals
Author(s): Lev Bokov; Anatoly Ja. Demidov; Anatoly S. Zadorin; Igor Kushnarev; Leonid J. Serebrennicov; Sergey N. Sharangovich
Hybrid optical array logic system
Author(s): Sunao Kakizaki; Daisuke Miyazaki; Eiji Yoshikawa; Jun Tanida; Yoshiki Ichioka
Motivation for DOC III: 64-bit digital optical computer
Author(s): Peter S. Guilfoyle
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