We report the experimental demonstration of a photorefractive dynamic holographic memory that has a simple feedback architecture stabilized through a novel spatial sampling technique. By using dynamic copying to compensate for photorefractive decay, this memory provides nondestructive readout, selective erasure and rewriting , and real-time adaptation of… (More)
An optical network is described that is capable of recognizing at standard video rates the identity of faces for which it has been trained. The faces are presented under a wide variety of conditions to the system and the classification performance is measured. The system is trained by gradually adaptingphotorefrac tive holograms.
An anti-Hebbian local learning algorithm for two-layer optical neural networks is introduced. With this learning rule, the weight update for a certain connection depends only on the input and output of that connection and a global, scalar error signal. Therefore the backpropagation of error signals through the network, as required by the commonly used back… (More)
Faster-than-Nyquist (FTN) signal can achieve higher spectral efficiency and capacity than Nyquist signal. For Nyquist signal, the capacity limit was shown in the pioneering work of Shannon. However, different from Nyquist signal, FTN signal has a smaller pulse interval or narrower subcarrier spacing. What is the capacity limit of FTN signal? In this paper,… (More)
In this paper, we propose a discrete Hartley transform (DHT)-spread technique for peak-to-average power ratio (PAPR) reduction in a DHT-based asymmetrically clipped optical orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (ACO-OFDM) system. At the complementary cumulative distribution function of 10 À3 , the PAPR values of our proposed scheme are about 9.7 and… (More)
—This paper considers the comparison between optical and electrical interconnect system from a parallel computing performance view. The motivation of the work is based on increasing demand on parallel computing tasks and the rapid development of optical chip-to-chip interconnects techniques. To meet the increasing demand of large-scale parallel or… (More)