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27 December 1990 Word-addressable holographic memory using symbolic substitution and SLRs
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A heteroassociative memory is proposed that allows a key word in a dictionary of key words to be used to recall an associated holographic image in a database of images. Symbolic substitution search finds the word sought in a dictionary of key words and generates a beam that selects the corresponding holographic image from a directory of images. In this case, symbolic substitution is used to orthogonalize the key words. Spatial light rebroadcasters are proposed for the key word database. Experimental results demonstrate that symbolic substitution will enable a holographic image to be selected and reconstructed. In the case considered, a holographic image having over 40,000-bits is selected out of eight by using a key word from a dictionary of eight words.
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Alastair D. McAulay and Junqing Wang "Word-addressable holographic memory using symbolic substitution and SLRs", Proc. SPIE 1347, Optical Information Processing Systems and Architectures II, (27 December 1990); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.23394
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