Application of Simulated Annealing for Color Pattern Recognition to Hybrid Optoelectronic Joint Transform Correlator

  • Chulung Chen Photonics Engineering Yuan Ze University
  • Yunghsin Hsu Department of Photonics Engineering, Yuan Ze University, Taiwan
  • Sihliang Fu Department of Photonics Engineering, Yuan Ze University, Taiwan
  • Weichih Liao Department of Photonics Engineering, Yuan Ze University, Taiwan
  • Chengsyuan You Department of Photonics Engineering, Yuan Ze University, Taiwan
Keywords: Simulated annealing, Hybrid optoelectronic joint transform correlator, Color pattern recognition.

Abstract

For invariant pattern recognition, a method using simulated annealing algorithm is introduced. Near optimal quantized reference functions are designed to be displayed on liquid crystal spatial light modulators. Mach-Zehnder joint transform correlator is adopted as the system for recognition of color targets. From numerical results, the optoelectronic pattern recognition system with simulated annealing algorithm shows a promising capability.

Author Biography

Chulung Chen, Photonics Engineering Yuan Ze University
Professor
Photonics Engineering

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Published
2016-01-01