1 March 1991 Read-write simulation and numerical noise for WORM optical disk and drive
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Abstract
The simulation of the read/write (R/W) process for optical disk and drive is useful in several aspects: It provides insight understanding of component performance for component or subsysteTa designer, and it helps the system designer to evaluate the system performance and making system specification at the early stage of the development program and before system integration [1-11].
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Shiuh Chao, Tsong-Yo Yang, "Read-write simulation and numerical noise for WORM optical disk and drive", Proc. SPIE 1401, Optical Data Storage Technologies, (1 March 1991); doi: 10.1117/12.47851; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.47851
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