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Optical Signal Processing Computing And Neural Networks

Author : Frances T. S. Yu
ISBN : 0471536547
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Begins with a comprehensive background of basic modern optical signal processing and its applications including theory and phenomenon of optical transformation, the fundamental concept of optical signal processing and architectures, selected techniques in coherent optics, white-light processing and its methodologies. Progresses to chapters on the advances of spatial-light modulators and detectors which contain key devices that make real-time processing and computing with optics possible, applications of photorefractive crystal to optical signal processing, digital-optical computing, optical neural networks--architectures, designs and models. Packed with references and problems.

Neural Networks For Signal Processing

Author : Bart Kosko
ISBN : UOM:39015021992261
Genre : Computers
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Edited by a leading expert in neural networks, this collection of essays explores neural network applications in signal and image processing, function and estimation, robotics and control, associative memories, and electrical and optical neural networks. This reference will be of interest to scientists, engineers, and others working in the neural network field.

Optical Neural Networks

Author : Cornelia Denz
ISBN : 9783663122722
Genre : Computers
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During the next years neural networks and systems amenable to instructions will extend their influence in science and technology. A prominent point of interest in this field is assigned to optical networks: they are small and flexible, and due to their ability of parallel processing they are devoted to the construction of small systems. This monograph explains the fundamentals of optical neural networks to physicists, engineers and device constructors.

Optical Signal Processing

Author : M.A. Fiddy
ISBN : 0792392159
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Massively Parallel Optical And Neural Computing In The United States

Author : Gilbert Kalb
ISBN : 9051990979
Genre : Computers
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A survey of products and research projects in the field of highly parallel, optical and neural computers in the USA. It covers operating systems, language projects and market analysis, as well as optical computing devices and optical connections of electronic parts.

Artificial Higher Order Neural Networks For Economics And Business

Author : Zhang, Ming
ISBN : 9781599048987
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"This book is the first book to provide opportunities for millions working in economics, accounting, finance and other business areas education on HONNs, the ease of their usage, and directions on how to obtain more accurate application results. It provides significant, informative advancements in the subject and introduces the HONN group models and adaptive HONNs"--Provided by publisher.

Vlsi Compatible Implementations For Artificial Neural Networks

Author : Sied Mehdi Fakhraie
ISBN : 9781461563112
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This book introduces several state-of-the-art VLSI implementations of artificial neural networks (ANNs). It reviews various hardware approaches to ANN implementations: analog, digital and pulse-coded. The analog approach is emphasized as the main one taken in the later chapters of the book. The area of VLSI implementation of ANNs has been progressing for the last 15 years, but not at the fast pace originally predicted. Several reasons have contributed to the slow progress, with the main one being that VLSI implementation of ANNs is an interdisciplinaly area where only a few researchers, academics and graduate students are willing to venture. The work of Professors Fakhraie and Smith, presented in this book, is a welcome addition to the state-of-the-art and will greatly benefit researchers and students working in this area. Of particular value is the use of experimental results to backup extensive simulations and in-depth modeling. The introduction of a synapse-MOS device is novel. The book applies the concept to a number of applications and guides the reader through more possible applications for future work. I am confident that the book will benefit a potentially wide readership. M. I. Elmasry University of Waterloo Waterloo, Ontario Canada Preface Neural Networks (NNs), generally defined as parallel networks that employ a large number of simple processing elements to perform computation in a distributed fashion, have attracted a lot of attention in the past fifty years. As the result. many new discoveries have been made.

Computer Engineering Handbook

Author : Chi-hau Chen
ISBN : UOM:39015025187199
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Written for computer and electronics professionals in both industry and academia, the book covers computer hardware, systems, and applications, with topics ranging from computer arithmetic and digital logic to computer graphics, parallel computing systems, and VLSI system design.

Neural Information Processing And Vlsi

Author : Bing J. Sheu
ISBN : 9781461522478
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Neural Information Processing and VLSI provides a unified treatment of this important subject for use in classrooms, industry, and research laboratories, in order to develop advanced artificial and biologically-inspired neural networks using compact analog and digital VLSI parallel processing techniques. Neural Information Processing and VLSI systematically presents various neural network paradigms, computing architectures, and the associated electronic/optical implementations using efficient VLSI design methodologies. Conventional digital machines cannot perform computationally-intensive tasks with satisfactory performance in such areas as intelligent perception, including visual and auditory signal processing, recognition, understanding, and logical reasoning (where the human being and even a small living animal can do a superb job). Recent research advances in artificial and biological neural networks have established an important foundation for high-performance information processing with more efficient use of computing resources. The secret lies in the design optimization at various levels of computing and communication of intelligent machines. Each neural network system consists of massively paralleled and distributed signal processors with every processor performing very simple operations, thus consuming little power. Large computational capabilities of these systems in the range of some hundred giga to several tera operations per second are derived from collectively parallel processing and efficient data routing, through well-structured interconnection networks. Deep-submicron very large-scale integration (VLSI) technologies can integrate tens of millions of transistors in a single silicon chip for complex signal processing and information manipulation. The book is suitable for those interested in efficient neurocomputing as well as those curious about neural network system applications. It has been especially prepared for use as a text for advanced undergraduate and first year graduate students, and is an excellent reference book for researchers and scientists working in the fields covered.

Real Time Optical Information Processing

Author : Bahram Javidi
ISBN : 9780323138826
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Real-Time Optical Information Processing covers the most recent developments in optical information processing, pattern recognition, neural computing, and materials for devices in optical computing. Intended for researchers and graduate students in signal and information processing with some elementary background in optics, the book provides both theoretical and practical information on the latest in information processing in all its aspects. Leading researchers in the field describe the significant signal processing algorithms architectures in optics as well as basic hardware concepts, such as the fundamentals of spatial light modulators. Each chapter begins with a review of basic concepts and follows with a discussion of recent advances in the field. A complete bibliography on the fundamentals of each topic is also included to aid the reader. Contributors are among the leading researchers in the area Chapters begin with reviews of basic concepts Complete bibliographical information is included

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