The floating-point division routine of ternary optical computer
uses the SRT algorithm as the mathematical model, and the calculation steps are as follows:
An optical computer
would use photons in visible light or infrared beams, rather than electric current, to perform digital computations.
According to some, this technology will transform the computer industry; the optical computer
will be faster and able to store larger amounts of data compared to its electronic counterpart.
Zenith, likewise, could have regarded the laser disk not just as one potential product but as the wellspring of a stream of products flowing out of the collective experience gained by making the first--items like optical computer
memories, disks containing information services, video disks that could be erased and revised.
It's a conventional optical computer
mouse with left and right click, a scroll wheel and a USB cable, but inside there is a SIM card and microphone.
Other hi-tech gadgets include an optical computer
mouse that doubles as a mobile internet phone.
Right now, the team is using the printer to make photonic crystals, which can manipulate light on a small scale and potentially serve as optical computer
chips or lasers.
The optical computer
strikes our panel as the most feasible successor technology, likely to enter the commercial marketplace in about 2015.
Nature magazine reports that $6.7 million should start off MITI's next-generation neural network and optical computer
technology--a project which will likely absorb several hundred million before it is completed.
Although a general-purpose optical computer
probably will not materialize until well into the next century, current photonics research may have applications in communications systems within three to five years, according to Bell officials.
14 - light phototherapy blankets;-Pakiet 15 - optical computer
tomograph;-Pakiet 16 - Apparatus for non-invasive respiratory support in the newborn.
That system inspired Mason to paint irregular dots on a Ping-Pong ball and rest it in a modified cradle from an optical computer