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Optical Cellular Automata : Architectural Principles

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Clearly, one issue faced by emerging optical computing technology is the effective combination of parallelism with short cycle time in parallel processor arrays. In particular two-dimensional arrays of bistable or otherwise non linear elements may be interconnected by dense three-dimensional light beams into cellular processors.

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