Abstract

We analyze the performance of a reservoir computer based on time-delay feedback and optical injection, which is drawing benefits from the high-speed polarization dynamics of a vertical cavity surface emitting laser. We show that such a system has high computation performance and yields deeper memory than an existing single-mode laser-based reservoir computer. Performance is demonstrated on several benchmarking tasks. In particular, the error rate is an order of magnitude smaller when performing channel equalization.

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