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In the introduction to the 1992 feature, Jenkins et al. 6 attempted to predict the directions in which the field of optical computing would be likely to expand. ... They identified optical interconnection as the most promising opportunity for bringing optics into computing. ... Competition between electronic and optical technologies would then die out as the focus would be on complementing electronics rather than on competing with it. ...doi:10.1364/ao.35.001177 pmid:21085229 fatcat:j76sfnulcnbldajh7l6owy6maa
ITE Technical Report
Camera optics, such as lens, aperture, make an image on a sensor. The quality of the image is decided by the optical transfer function called point spread function (PSF). ... However, optics and basic principle ofimage projection does not changed in latest digital carnera. ... Regular camera optics is usually designed to focus a sharp image on a sensor surface. Point spread function (PSF) of the optics should be minimized and hopefu11y impulse function. ...doi:10.11485/itetr.38.47.0_75 fatcat:i7sfglpdbzan5mdigxjvklgd3i
International Journal of Optical Computing
INTRODUCTION Optically addressable imaging devices, often referred to as light valves, have played a crucial role in adaptive optics and optical processing during the two last decades. ... One of the problems recognized early on was how to interface the world of the coherent optical processing with the external world (supposed to be incoherent). ...
In the introduction to the 1992 feature, Jenkins et al. 6 attempted to predict the directions in which the field of optical computing would be likely to expand. ... Competition between electronic and optical technologies would then die out as the focus would be on complementing electronics rather than on competing with it. ...doi:10.1364/ao.33.001335 pmid:20862158 fatcat:dxuywstm7nebvjz64hf3wscmiy
Chapter 1 provides a history and introduction to nonlinear optical phenomena. ... The authors focus on the importance of "photonic integration" as the next step in the long-term development of these materials for computing, telecommunications, and related technologies. ... Chapter 1 provides a history and introduction to nonlinear optical phenomena. ...doi:10.1557/mrs.2016.225 fatcat:7usyiz5c3zgyvgojeaouzdinoa
Cryogenically Cooled Sensor Technology
by simply computing the shift in the paraxial focus. ... predicted by simply computing the shift in the paraxial focus. ... Acknowledgements The authors thank Marc Daigle and Herman Herrlick for their assistance in taking the laboratory measurements and Charles Eastman for his assistance in performing the computerized optical ...doi:10.1117/12.959347 fatcat:mwovntla3zex7hom67kp3nqebe
The articles in this issue reveal the breadth of approaches that can now be brought to bear on the challenge of individual brain mapping while illustrating the numerous challenges that remain. ... The first group of papers relates to direct cortical electrophysiology or optical techniques. ... The articles in this issue reveal the breadth of approaches that can now be brought to bear on the challenge of individual brain mapping while illustrating the numerous challenges that remain. ...doi:10.3171/2019.11.focus19880 pmid:32006943 fatcat:t7etgzo6rnf4vjekt4yea4c5di
The refractive index field provides the basis for aero-optical modeling of a particular system, with a particular focus on beam path bending, the mean square random phase error and the related Strehl ratio ... To compute the density fluctuation, a closed-form analytical model has been developed using classical (innerlaw) boundary layer results. ... Specifically focusing on the analytical engineering model developed here to provide statistical estimates of © 2011 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved. ...doi:10.1016/j.mcm.2011.06.066 fatcat:lq735wh3urefbnest5qeift3wq
Introduction to JSTQE Issue on Photonics for Deep Learning and Neural Computing N EUROMORPHIC (i.e., neuron-isomorphic) photonics combines optical physics and unconventional computing, resulting in a ... Some highlights of the issue include: 1) photonic reservoir computing-based on networks of lasers and multiple semiconductor lasers with optical feedback on a photonic integrated circuit; development of ... He is a Co-Editor of the book Photonic Reservoir Computing (Optical Recurrent Neural Networks) (De Gruyter, 2019), has organized numerous conferences and workshops on the topic. ...doi:10.1109/jstqe.2020.2965384 fatcat:f6kubfhkube7hgxzygqlrizxa4
Introduction to the Issue on Ultrafast Science and Technology T HIS IS THE third issue of the IEEE JOURNAL OF SELECTED TOPICS IN QUANTUM ELECTRONICS to focus on ultrafast science and technology. ... From 1990 to 1991, he worked on ultrafast all-optical switching in optical fibers as a consultant at AT&T Bell Laboratories, Holmdel, NJ. ...doi:10.1109/jstqe.2004.824071 fatcat:tqrk4z2exjbtpishzgovnpowka
Vast memory systems are required for supporting the many storage-intensive computer applications such as multimedia, video on demand, and network-based computing. ... central focus of the research activity. ... Vast memory systems are required for supporting the many storage-intensive computer applications such as multimedia, video on demand, and network-based computing. ...doi:10.1364/ao.35.002345 pmid:21085370 fatcat:427ymtmkyveqzm5xkafpcum3e4
The essays differ not only in that the first focuses on film technology while the second concentrates on film style, but also in their distinct approaches to the problem of realism. ... This difference presents a theoretical challenge to existing accounts of realism based on the analysis of optical media. ...
Focus measure (FM) operator is used to measure the focus level for every image pixel. On the other hand, DFD uses at least one image to recover the depth image. ... Introduction The main depth sensors used for on-road vehicle detection are radar, light detection and ranging (Lidar), and stereo camera. ...doi:10.30880/ijie.2018.10.08.019 fatcat:xvhgqesohvenbeiy5qxhau3d3q
Eurographics State of the Art Reports
Computational photography combines plentiful computing, digital sensors, modern optics, actuators, probes and smart lights to escape the limitations of traditional film cameras and enables novel imaging ... The goal of this presentation is to present both aspects in a compact form. The new capture methods include sophisticated sensors, electromechanical actuators and on-board processing. ... An Introduction to Fourier Optics' 1968).' ...doi:10.2312/egt.20071066 fatcat:btr4b2hrszegnhrukfnwe7i7oe
but have not been the focus of these articles. ... Otherwise, in order to assess the benefits of an original and a very interesting estimation provided by the announced main Conclusion In conclusion, the authors focused (in these two articles) on two ...doi:10.15406/paij.2018.02.00072 fatcat:dmjbxjwiwbbypl2p3sppx753cq
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