A Compendium of Position Papers from the Workshop on Architectures for Free Space Digital Optical Computing Held in Vail, Colorado on 28-30 January 1991
Final rept. 25 Jan-24 Nov 91,
RUTGERS - THE STATE UNIV NEW BRUNSWICK NJ DEPT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE
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On January 28-30, 1991, a workshop on architectures for free-space digital optical computing was held at the Holiday Inn Chateau Vail in Vail, Colorado. The workshop was initiated by Alan Craig of the Air Force Office of Scientific Research and was organized with Miles Murdocca Rutgers University and Michael Prise AT and T Bell Labs. The purpose of the workshop was to bring together a panel of distinguished contributors to the field, identify current directions and discuss the future of the field. The emphasis of the workshop was on overall system architectures. Since systems depend on devices and optics, a number of contributors in these areas were invited both to provide a perspective on implementations and to learn what additional progress is necessary in order to implement systems that are either competitive or that complement future digital electronic systems.
- Electrooptical and Optoelectronic Devices
- Computer Hardware