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Holography in artificial neural networks

Psaltis, Demetri and Brady, David and Gu, Xiang-Guang and Lin, Steven (1990) Holography in artificial neural networks. Nature, 343 (6256). pp. 325-330. ISSN 0028-0836. doi:10.1038/343325a0.

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The dense interconnections that characterize neural networks are most readily implemented using optical signal processing. Optoelectronic 'neurons' fabricated from semiconducting materials can be connected by holographic images recorded in photorefractive crystals. Processes such as learning can be demonstrated using holographic optical neural networks.

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Additional Information:© 1990 Nature Publishing Group. The authors thank H. Lee, K. Wagner, K. Hsu, J. Kim, S. Li. J. Yu and Y. A. Mostafa for their contributions and comments. S.L. is supported by an SDIO/ISTC Fellowship. D.B. acknowledges the support of the Aero jet Corporation. This research is supported by DARPA, the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, and the Army Research Office.
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Official Citation:Holography in artificial neural networks 325 Demetri Psaltis, David Brady, Xiang-Guang Gu & Steven Lin doi:10.1038/343325a0
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