Abstract

We demonstrate the capability of localized structures of spatiotemporal nonlinear optical systems for detection and tracking of small moving objects. Such nonlinear dynamics based image-processing systems are readily implemented using an existing parallel optoelectronic architecture designed for real-time operation.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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