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Fixed Weight Hopfield Neural Network Based on Optical Implementation of All-Optical MZI-XNOR Logic Gate

Title:
Fixed Weight Hopfield Neural Network Based on Optical Implementation of All-Optical MZI-XNOR Logic Gate
Author(s):
Kussay Nugamesh Mutter, Mohd Zubir Mat Jafri, Azlan Abdul Aziz
Source:
SPIE
Vol./Issue/Date:
Volume: 7717, 14 May 2010
Year:
2010
Page(s):
1-8
Keywords:
Hopfield Neural Network, Self-connection architecture, Mach-Zehnder Interferometer, XOR, XNOR logic gates
Abstract:
Many researches are conducted to improve Hopfield Neural Network (HNN) performance especially for speed and memory capacity in different approaches. However, there is still a significant scope of developing HNN using Optical Logic Gates. We propose here a new model of HNN based on all-optical XNOR logic gates for real time color image recognition. Firstly, we improved HNN toward optimum learning and converging operations. We considered each unipolar image as a set of small blocks of 3-pixels as vectors for HNN. This enables to save large number of images in the net with best reaching into global minima, and because there are only eight fixed states of weights so that only single iteration performed to construct a vector with stable state at minimum energy. HNN is useless in dealing with data not in bipolar representation. Therefore, HNN failed to work with color images. In RGB bands each represents different values of brightness, for d-bit RGB image it is simply consists of d-layers of unipolar. Each layer is as a single unipolar image for HNN. In addition, the weight matrices with stability of unity at the diagonal perform clear converging in comparison with no self-connecting architecture. Synchronously, each matrix-matrix multiplication operation would run optically in the second part, since we propose an array of all-optical XOR gates, which uses Mach-Zehnder Interferometer (MZI) for neurons setup and a controlling system to distribute timely signals with inverting to achieve XNOR function. The primary operation and simulation of the proposal HNN is demonstrated.
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