1 June 1982 A Microcomputer-Based Hybrid Processor At The University Of California, San Diego
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This paper describes a microcomputer-based hybrid processor which has been developed around two optical processors: (a) the coded-phase optical processor and (b) the confocal optical feedback system. The hybrid processor includes: (a) a microcomputer-controlled laser scanner which can produce both holographic and zero-order spatial filters, (b) an image analysis system based on video electronics which can digitize, store, analyze, and display optical output images, and (c) a liquid crystal light valve to provide a real-time input to the optical processors. The major capabilities of these three subsystems are described.
James R. Leger, James R. Leger, Jack Cederquist, Jack Cederquist, Sing H. Lee, Sing H. Lee, } "A Microcomputer-Based Hybrid Processor At The University Of California, San Diego," Optical Engineering 21(3), 213557 (1 June 1982). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7972946 . Submission:
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