1 January 1963 A New Photo-optical, Random -access Memory
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A new concept for high capacity rapid access and readout photo-optical data storage system, combining recent advances in precision film movement with extreme accelerations, new optical-electronic scanning methods, and digital positioning techniques developed for an automatic machine tool control. Integration of those elements into the system is described. Immediate and potential capabilities are discussed.
Walter Renold, Walter Renold, } "A New Photo-optical, Random -access Memory," Optical Engineering 1(2), 010244 (1 January 1963). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7971242 . Submission:
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