Toward an optimal foundation architecture for optoelectronic computing. Part II: Physical construction and application platforms
Haldun M. Özaktaş
Optical Society of America
5697 - 5705
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Various issues pertaining to the physical construction of systems that are based on regularly interconnected device planes, such as heat removal and extensibility of the optical interconnections for larger systems, are discussed. Regularly interconnected device planes constitute a foundation architecture that is reasonably close to the best possible as defined by physical limitations. Three application platforms based on the foundation architecture described are offered.
KeywordsFree space optics
Spatial light modulators
Published Version (Please cite this version)http://dx.doi.org/10.1364/AO.36.005697
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