1 November 1992 Optical logic function implementation using a one-dimensional deformable mirror device
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Optical Engineering, 31(11), (1992). doi:10.1117/12.59948
Abstract
Weighted outer product processing, which is a generalization of the bilinear transform, has applications in combinational logic design. An optical implementation of such a processor for multiple-input, multiple-data logic function operation using Texas Instruments' deformable mirror device (DMD) for real-time input is presented. The DMD, a one-dimensional spatial light modulator, allows real-time operation of such a logic function implementation by providing controllable optical encoding ofthe two input vectors that are required forthe outer product. Applications of liquid crystal television and magneto-optic spatial light modulators as real-time weighting matrices are also presented.
Mohammed Ehteshamul Hoq, Thomas F. Krile, John F. Walkup, "Optical logic function implementation using a one-dimensional deformable mirror device," Optical Engineering 31(11), (1 November 1992). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.59948
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