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Guest Editorial: Special Section on Optical Interconnects and Packaging

Sing H. Lee
1994 Optical Engineering: The Journal of SPIE  
For optical interconnects with optical waveguides, Tang, Chen, and Peskin examine the maximum packing density and interconnection length limits of a highly parallel, polymerbased single-mode bus array  ...  To find answers to some of these questions related to freespace optical interconnects, Cloonan reports in this special section on the results of a comparative study of optical and electronic interconnects  ...  For optical interconnects with optical waveguides, Tang, Chen, and Peskin examine the maximum packing density and interconnection length limits of a highly parallel, polymerbased single-mode bus array  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.181751 fatcat:jvi5uelikjb2dktfq5ei5nypcm

Optical computing: introduction by the feature editors

Yao Li, Jun Tanida, Frank Tooley, Kelvin Wagner
1996 Applied Optics  
They identified optical interconnection as the most promising opportunity for bringing optics into computing.  ...  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.  ...  is still a need for special coprocessor applications that can be realized with the more traditional optical analog computing structures or optical neural networks.  ... 
doi:10.1364/ao.35.001177 pmid:21085229 fatcat:j76sfnulcnbldajh7l6owy6maa

Optical computing: introduction by the feature editors

H. Scott Hinton, Bernard Soffer, Frank A. P. Tooley, Ken-ichi Yukimatsu
1994 Applied Optics  
The thirty papers in this special issue are representative of the trends discussed above.  ...  is still a need for special coprocessor applications that can be realized with the more traditional optical analog computing structures or optical neural networks.  ... 
doi:10.1364/ao.33.001335 pmid:20862158 fatcat:dxuywstm7nebvjz64hf3wscmiy

Special Issue on Network-on-Chips (NoCs)

Ahmed Louri, Avinash Kodi
2010 Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing  
This special issue of the Journal of Parallel and Distributive Computing (JPDC) is seeking original unpublished research articles that describe recent advances and efforts in the design and development  ...  The goal of this special issue will be to focus on NoC platforms that effectively address and presumably can overcome the many on-chip interconnection and communication challenges that already exist in  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jpdc.2009.10.007 fatcat:uqgigeinzjb6piwgc2toqhydma

The bleeding edge

R. Rettberg, W.J. Dally, D.E. Culler
1998 IEEE Micro  
Over the years, Hot Interconnects has followed the evolution of these academic prototypes with papers representing two of the projects in this special issue. Dubnicki et al.'  ...  Cluster computing In recent years the emergence of workstation clusters connected by fast system-area networks has revolutionized parallel computing.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mm.1998.653009 fatcat:vikiu3gtebcllnja2z55b7royu

Scanning the Issue - Special Issue on Optical Information Professing Part 2: Applications-Nonimage Si

S. Jutamulia, J. Tsujiuchi
1996 Proceedings of the IEEE  
The first paper in the second part of this special issue, written by Karim and Awwal, deals with electrooptic displays.  ...  The first half of these special issues was published last month, which consisted of six invited papers dealing with image processing and vision.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jproc.1996.503139 fatcat:yyhm3da23vg4lbgxx45sqhkjgy

Guest Editors' Introduction: Promises and Challenges of Novel Interconnect Technologies

Partha Pratim Pande, Sriram Vangal
2010 IEEE Design & Test of Computers  
We also owe very special thanks to the editorial staff of the IEEE Computer Society for their fine job in editing and assembling this issue.  ...  Acknowledgments We acknowledge the assistance from many dedicated individuals that made this special issue possible.  ...  This special issue highlights recent investigations of various revolutionary interconnect paradigms as to whether they can deliver on the promise of greater integration, high performance, good scalability  ... 
doi:10.1109/mdt.2010.87 fatcat:q6brfi3ggvhllok2zdp2n3kwau

Optical computing: introduction by the guest editors to the feature in the 1 May 1988 issue

Ravindra A. Athale, Demetri Psaltis, Kelvin Wagner
1988 Applied Optics  
The feature in the 1 May 1988 issue of Applied Optics includes a collection of papers originally presented at the 1987 Lake Tahoe Topical Meeting on Optical Computing.  ...  These papers emphasize digital optical computing systems, optical interconnects, and devices for optical computing, but analog optical processing is considered as well.  ...  The guest editors would like to thank the reviewers for their invaluable assistance in producing this special issue.  ... 
doi:10.1364/ao.27.001641 pmid:20531630 fatcat:uq7rlbrykfdblp7tcijjabrg64

Guest Editors' Introduction: High-Performance Interconnects

F. Petrini, O. Lysne, R. Brightwell
2006 IEEE Micro  
We are pleased to introduce this special issue of IEEE Micro, featuring articles that capture the latest results on high-performance interconnection networks, including some of the best presentations from  ...  This special issue explores five important topics in the design space of high-performance networks: on-chip networks for multicore processors, with an accurate description of the Cell Broadband Engine  ... 
doi:10.1109/mm.2006.53 fatcat:qqdzwlpsmbgzbedaphw42hrkfa

Can optical interconnects lead to cheaper high-performance multiprocessors?

Uzi Vishkin, Achyut K. Dutta, Abdul Ahad S. Awwal, Niloy K. Dutta, Yasutake Ohishi
2004 Active and Passive Optical Components for WDM Communications IV  
An optical interconnect raises a new possibility: obtain both improved performance and significant cost reduction with respect to standard serial computer system models.  ...  It could be part of an interconnection fabric between parallel processing elements and the first level of the cache in a computer system.  ...  A more elaborate computer architecture context and a more elementary introduction to optics, as would be appropriate for most computer scientists, are provided in [11] . ACKNOWLEDGEMENT  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.579309 fatcat:uoeivrhh7vag5f7ibiaxdgfgzm

A photonic interconnection network for hardware accelerator enabled utility computing

Cathy Chen, Howard Wang, Johnnie Chan, Keren Bergman
2013 2013 Optical Interconnects Conference  
High-bandwidth connectivity provided by WDM optical interconnects is an important enabler for delocalized hardware accelerators in utility computing.  ...  We validate a proposed architecture with an experiment that leverages optical interconnects to demonstrate error free (BER<10e-12) active switching and multicasting of FPGA generated and received packets  ...  This specialized hardware would offer applications always-on, always-accessible acceleration for their specific computational tasks.  ... 
doi:10.1109/oic.2013.6552942 fatcat:tsr64ddgrfeklmr6t5z2s4en4m

Thank-You State of the Journal Editorial by the Outgoing Editor-in-Chief

Paolo Montuschi
2019 IEEE transactions on computers  
He conducts research in the broad area of computer architecture and parallel computing with particular emphasis on interconnection networks, optical interconnects for parallel computing systems, reconfigurable  ...  the IEEE/OSA conference on Massively Parallel Processing using Optical Interconnects(MPPOI), the IEEE Symposium on High Performance Computer Architecture (HPCA), the International Symposium on Computer  ... 
doi:10.1109/tc.2018.2879420 fatcat:6bo3wuvazfcefgf567ik7kp7f4

Guest Editor's Introduction Interconnection Networks for Parallel and Distributed Processing

1987 Computer  
Acknowledgments I would like to thank the authors and reviewers who helped to make this special issue a reality. They had severe time constraints and worked even during the Christmas holidays.  ...  Finally, my deep appreciation goes to the secretarial staff at The Center for Advanced Computer Studies for their timely help.  ...  Benchmarks on some of these computers are given in the last article of this special issue.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mc.1987.1663585 fatcat:yxvykdw3uvcgtnzpgyu32cek54

Superposition In Optical Computing

B. K. Jenkins, C. L. Giles, Pierre H. Chavel, Joseph W. Goodman, Gerard Roblin
1989 Optical Computing '88  
Some, such as the relative ease with which optics can implement regular, massively parallel interconnections are well known.  ...  Using this as a model for interconnections in parallel computing, a comparison can be made between the complexity of these optical interconnections with those of electronic VLSI for various ABSTRACT The  ...  However, for important special cases superposition can allow many optical gates to be replaced with one optical switch.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.947918 fatcat:agcrgp6jsfgb3hwuvx2dl34cva

Page 143 of International Journal of Optical Computing Vol. 2, Issue 3 [page]

1991 International Journal of Optical Computing  
Since other applications to optical neural computing, parallel integrators and others are the subjects of the other invited papers in this special issue, we shall restrict ourselves on the applications  ...  sensors, as well as specially doped LiNbO; photorefractive crystal holo- graphy with low-power visible-light laser diode.  ... 
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