Use of wave aspects of light: a roadmap toward high-frequency clock delivery and an ultimately parallel and adaptive information processing

@inproceedings{Hirose1998UseOW,
  title={Use of wave aspects of light: a roadmap toward high-frequency clock delivery and an ultimately parallel and adaptive information processing},
  author={Akira Hirose},
  booktitle={Other Conferences},
  year={1998}
}
  • A. Hirose
  • Published in Other Conferences 22 May 1998
  • Computer Science
Features of light are compared with those of electrons and other possible information carriers from a view point of computing and information processing, especially when they are used in future brain-type systems. It is described that the use of wave aspects of light leads to a realization of ultimately parallel and adaptive information processing systems. Two architecture examples utilizing such lightwave features are presented and discussed: (1) coherent optical neural networks and (2… 

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