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1 September 1990 Error-source effects on the performance of direct and iterative algorithms on an optical matrix-vector processor
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Error sources in an optical matrix-vector processor are analyzed in terms of their effect on the performance of the algorithms used to solve a set of nonlinear and linear algebraic equations. A direct and an iterative algorithm are used to solve a nonlinear time-dependent case-study from computational fluid dynamics. A simulator which emulates the data flow and number representation of the OLAP is used to studs? these error effects. The ability of each algorithm to tolerate or correct the error sources is quantified. These results are extended to the general case of solving nonlinear and linear algebraic equations on the optical system.
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Caroline J. Perlee and David P. Casasent "Error-source effects on the performance of direct and iterative algorithms on an optical matrix-vector processor", Proc. SPIE 1296, Advances in Optical Information Processing IV, (1 September 1990); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.21279
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