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A high capacity content addressable memory architecture-experimental demonstration of a 4D optical neural network

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3 Author(s)
Henshaw, P.D. ; Sparta Inc., Lexington, MA, USA ; Lis, S.A. ; Cheifetz, M.G.

This paper describes the construction and operation of a 4-dimensional neural network computer. This demonstration system uses holographic interconnects recorded in a volume spectral hole burning medium. The paper provides an overview of the demonstration system and includes experimental details of components: the tunable laser, the detector arrays, the spatial light modulators, and preparation and cooling of the spectral hole burning medium. Experimental results showing association of image patterns and a bidirectional associative memory experiment are presented and discussed

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Electro/94 International. Conference Proceedings. Combined Volumes.

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10-12 May 1994