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Bipolar incoherent optical pattern recognition by carrier encoding

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Abstract

Recently reported incoherent optical processors using carrier encoding to achieve bipolar operations are discussed. In this paper we describe the use of these incoherent optical processors in optical pattern recognition. Experimental demonstrations of the use of this system are included.

© 1979 Optical Society of America

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