1 May 1987 Optical Information Processing: Systems, Materials, And Devices
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Optical information processing is a title given to a wide range of optical system technologies aimed at providing a solution to the ever-growing need for higher throughput in information processing. A particularly important requirement that often accompanies the general need for increased data pro cessing throughput is that such systems be constrained in their size, complexity, and power requirements. Such constraints are typical of airborne, space-based, and robot systems.
Uzi Efron, Uzi Efron, } "Optical Information Processing: Systems, Materials, And Devices," Optical Engineering 26(5), 265367 (1 May 1987). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7974084 . Submission:
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