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Plasmonic Computing of Spatial Differentiation

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Abstract

We show that the interference effects associated with surface plasmon excitations at a metal-dielectric interface can perform spatial differentiation. Utilizing it, we experimentally demonstrate edge detection of images without any Fourier lens. This work points to a simple yet powerful mechanism for optical analog computing at the nanoscale.

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