7 edition of Optical pattern recognition using holographic techniques found in the catalog.
|Series||Electronic systems engineering series|
|LC Classifications||TA1650 .C64 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 122 p. :|
|Number of Pages||122|
|LC Control Number||87027062|
An optical holographic analogue of Hopfield's neural network model is also presented. Using Fourier transform holograms, limited shift invariant associative memories have been fabricated. A pattern recognition scheme is modified and is implemented optically using a simple and different way of achieving thresholding in the correlation domain. inherent pattern recognition ability in language understanding, and also; problem solving ability using pattern discovery. Give it a serious try and then proceed with the solution. Solution: Pattern: Instead of random scrambling, the letters between the first and the last were just inverted - a simple action resulting in powerful effect.
Optical character recognition or optical character reader (OCR) is the electronic or mechanical conversion of images of typed, handwritten or printed text into machine-encoded text, whether from a scanned document, a photo of a document, a scene-photo (for example the text on signs and billboards in a landscape photo) or from subtitle text superimposed on an image (for example from a. Hsu YN, Arsenault HH () Optical pattern recognition using circular harmonic expansion. Appl Opt 21(22)– ADS CrossRef Google Scholar Hsu KY, Li HY, Psaltis D () Holographic implementation of a fully connected neural network.
In this paper, we describe an image recognition system using a multi-channel optical correlator as the computational element and a volume holographic memory as a template database. By recording the holographic matched filters in the disk-type Ce:Fe:LiNbO 3 crystal, the multi-channel optical Cited by: 1. HOLOGRAPHIC INTERFEROMETRY/Gera/d B. Brandt References PATTERN AMD CHARACTER RECOGNITION/Daw'd Casasent References IMAGE PROCESSING/S/ng H. Lee References MICROSCOPY/Mary E. Cox References OPTICALLY RECORDED HOLOGRAPHIC OPTICAL ELEMENTS/Dona/d H. Close References IX.
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ISBN Price: £17Author: R. Thalmann. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Collings, Neil. Optical pattern recognition using holographic techniques. Wokingham, England ; Reading, Mass.: Addison.
The participants of the conference believe in the promising future of research on Optical Data Processing as long as techniques are complemented by electronic support.
The book will be of value to electronics engineers, technicians, computer scientists, and computer Edition: 1. He then discusses a variety of applications of holography in detail, such as high resolution imaging, information storage and processing, vibration analysis, and holographic interferometry.
Containing more than selected references, this book will be invaluable to anyone wishing to learn more about optical holography, as well as to established researchers and engineers in this field.5/5(2). Buy Optical Pattern Recognition: Using Holographic Techniques (Electronic Systems Engineering Series) by Collings, Neil (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Optical processing, such as pattern recognition and encryption, by digital holography also offers new capabilities [ 28 ]. Basic principles of diffraction and general holography are outlined in Sec.
2, and a general description of digital holographic microscopy (DHM) is given in Sec. 3, with an emphasis on the quantitative phase microscopy by by: Recognition can be achieved by using linear processing techniques such as wavelet transforms or nonlinear processing using morphological operations or neural networks.
The fundamentals of pattern. Applications of the technique so far have included optical scanning cryptography, optical scanning microscopy, 3-D pattern recognition, 3-D holographic TV, and 3-D optical remote sensing. achieves increased accuracy in optical character recognition as well as handwritten character recognition.
We present through an overview of existing handwritten character recognition techniques. All the algorithms describes more or less on their own. Handwritten character recognition is. Book review Full text access Optical pattern recognition using holographic techniques: (Electronic Systems Engineering Series).
By Neil Collings, Addison- Wesley Publishing Company, pp. ISBN Price: £17 Optical Holography deals with the use of optical holography to solve technical problems, with emphasis on the properties of holograms formed with visible light.
Topics covered include the Fourier transform, propagation and diffraction, pulsed-laser holography, and optical Book Edition: 1. An optical-digital system for the pattern recognition of coal-workers' pneumoconiosis is described. The system consists of a coherent-optical configuration to generate the Fourier irradiance of the radiographic image and a digital computer to process the data.
The first chapter is devoted to pattern recognition performed with optical correlators. Later chapters discuss new approaches based on neural networks, wavelet transforms, and the fractional Fourier transform. The book also covers nonlinear filter methods and optical-electronic hybrid systems.5/5(1).
Abstract A unified treatment of the theories, techniques, and applications of automated identification devices used for the holographic pattern recognition is presented.
Topics include the optical processing of information during pattern recognition, the basic theories of holographic identification of images, methods of holographic filtration.
52 Optical pattern recognition using circular harmonic expansion Yuan-Neng Hsu, H.H. Arsenault (Applied Optics ) 56 Rotation-invariant pattern recognition H.H. Arsenault, Y.N.
Hsu, K. Chalasinska-Macukow (Optical Engineering ). Abstract. Automatic pattern recognition is the subject of a large literature, much of it theoretical, dealing primarily with optical pattern recognition techniques, and concentrating on the principles of recognition rather than the detailed physics and technology of optoelectronic by: This paper reviews the basic principles, physical processes, and most recent demonstrations of optical correlators using dynamic holographic techniques in nonlinear media such as bulk photorefractives (PR), thin multiple quantum wells (MQW), and bacteriorhodopsin (BR) by: Optical pattern recognition: architectures and techniques Abstract: This article addresses the development of and recent advances in the rapidly growing field of optical pattern recognition.
In optical pattern recognition there are two basic approaches; namely, matched filtering and Cited by: A study of Optical Character Recognition (OCR) techniques employed in automatic mail sorting equipment is presented.
Methods and algorithms for image preprocessing, character recognition, and contextual postprocessing are discussed and compared. The objective of the. Direct Object Recognition Without Line-of-Sight Using Optical Coherence Xin Lei1∗ Liangyu He1∗ Yixuan Tan1∗ Ken Xingze Wang1† Xinggang Wang2 Yihan Du2 Shanhui Fan3 Zongfu Yu4 1Coherent AI LLC 2Institute of AI, School of EIC, Huazhong University of Science and Technology 3Ginzton Laboratory, Department of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University 4Department of Electrical and Cited by: 2.In this paper we examine and compare the computational speeds of three-dimensional (3D) object recognition by use of digital holography based on central unit processing (CPU) and graphic processing unit (GPU) computing.
The holographic fringe pattern of a 3D object is obtained using an in-line interferometry setup. The Fourier matched filters are applied to the complex image reconstructed from.Holography, on the other hand does not utilize a lens to form a latent image.
It relies on the principle of interference to produce an image. The interference pattern is captured by the film and processed.
The hologram is then illuminated with laser light (transmission) or white light (reflection). A holographic image is then Size: KB.