Abstract

A 2-D hybrid optical neural network using a high resolution video monitor as a programmable associative memory is proposed. Experiments and computer simulations of the system have been conducted. The high resolution and large dynamic range of the video monitor enable us to implement a hybrid neural network with more neurons and more accurate operation. The system operates in a high speed asynchronous mode due to the parallel feedback loop. The programmability of the system permits the use of orthogonal projection and multilevel recognition algorithms to increase the robustness and storage capacity of the network.

© 1989 Optical Society of America

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