Two-dimensional optical processing using one-dimensional input devices
Two-dimensional optical processing architectures that are implemented with one-dimensional input spatial light modulators are reviewed. The advanced state of the art of available one-dimensional devices and the flexibility that exists in the design of two-dimensional architectures with one-dimensional transducers leads to the implementation of the most powerful and versatile optical processors. Signal and image processing architectures of this type are discussed.
Additional Information© 1984 IEEE. Manuscript received January 5, 1984. Research on optical architectures at Caltech is supported by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, the Army Research Office, NASA, and General Dynamics.
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