Multi-Level Optimization for Large Fan-In Optical Logic Circuits - Takumi Egawa - ICRC 2018

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On behalf of his research group, Takumi Egawa, Kyoto University, first introduces conventional optical logic circuits and their issues when the number of inputs is large. Egawa reviews two-level optimization, multi-level optimization, and looks at the experimental results for large fan-in optical logic circuits using integrated nanophotonics.

On behalf of his research group, Takumi Egawa, Kyoto University, first introduces conventional optical logic circuits and their issues when the number of inputs is large. Egawa reviews two-level optimization, multi-level optimization, and looks at the experimental results for large fan-in optical logic circuits using integrated nanophotonics.

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