Michael Rosenblit

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We present an optical computing system to solve NP-hard problems. As nano-optical computing is a promising venue for the next generation of computers performing parallel computations, we investigate the application of submicron, or even subwavelength, computing device designs. The system utilizes a setup of exponential sized masks with exponential space(More)
  • M D Rosenblit
  • Revista brasileira de pesquisas médicas e biolo…
  • 1976
After infusion of 51Cr--labeled isologous platelets into one patient with no hematological disease and into four patients with thrombocytopenia, radioactivity was measured from 1 to 8 days. Normal platelets survival was determined as 7 to 8 days in the first patient, whereas the thrombocytopenic patients showed a reduced survival, between 1 to 2 days. The(More)
As energy efficiency becomes a paramount issue in this day and age, reversible computing may serve as a critical step towards energy conservation in information technology. The inputs of reversible computing elements define the outputs and vice versa. Some reversible gates such as the Fredkin gate are also universal; that is, they may be used to produce any(More)
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