Optical Memory and Neural Networks

Publisher: Allerton Press, Inc.

ISSN PRINT: 1060-992X
ISSN ONLINE: 1934-7898

ABOUT THIS JOURNAL

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Impact
  • 1.38Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP) 2018
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SCOPE

Optical Memory and Neural Networks  is a journal that covers a wide range of problems in information optics such as optical memory, mechanisms for optical data recording and processing, photosensitive materials, optical, optoelectronic and holographic nanostructures, articles on optics and photonics and many other related topics. Papers on memory systems using holographic and biological structures and concepts of brain operation are also included. The journal pays particular attention to research in the field of neural net systems that may lead to a new generation of computational technologies by endowing them with intelligence.

READERSHIP

The journal audience encompasses the researchers and engineers from different fields, including data recording, processing and storage with the use of optical and holographic methods; associative memory (including biological memory), mathematical models and implementations of neuron systems for data processing and management; optoelectronic matrix devices and multiple-unit nanostructures for new data processing and storage systems.

ABSTRACTING & INDEXING

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CONTACTS

Optical Memory and Neural Networks
Nakhimovskii pr. 36, k.1, Moscow, 117218 Russia
Phone: +7 (499) 124-80-42
E-mail: iont.niisi@gmail.com