Abstract

This feature of Applied Optics is dedicated to research in optical pattern-recognition techniques that utilize nonlinear devices and algorithms. Nonlinearities are employed in a variety of ways in optical pattern recognition and play an important role in both hardware implementation and software development for optical pattern-recognition systems.

© 1995 Optical Society of America

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