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Title: Modeling and detection for holographic data storage
Keywords: Modeling Detection Holographic Storage BCJR channel
Issue Date: 24-Jul-2008
Citation: SEYED IMAN MOSSAVAT (2008-07-24). Modeling and detection for holographic data storage. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Conventional storage technologies such as hard disk drive, compact disc, digitalversatile disk, and blu-ray disc rely on the track-based paradigm i.e. they storeinformation along tracks that are well separated in order to eliminate inter-trackinterference. This storage paradigm is two-dimensional (2-D); however it uses thesecond dimension only loosely. Holographic data storage (HDS), on the other hand,breaks the density bottleneck of conventional storage technologies by utilizing thepage-oriented paradigm that stores information in the form of 2-D holograms. Vaststorage densities are achievable by multiplexing several holograms throughout thevolume of the media. In addition, the page-oriented nature of HDS allows for highdata rates by retrieving the entire hologram with a single flash of light. Thus, HDSis a promising technology for the increasing demands of information systems. In this work we developed channel models and detectors for HDS.
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