Holographic scanning

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Wiley, May 18, 1988 - Technology & Engineering - 234 pages
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The first review of the spectrum of holographic scanning techniques. Explains prinicples of scanning designs and surveys current work of investigators in the field. Organizes design options functionally for easier comparison and fulfilment of design objectives. The comprehensive approach to scanned resolution provides a unified interpretation for holographic and conventional techniques. Describes remote sensing, display imaging, information handling, business graphics, and view and data storage. Also introduces a new analytic tool: the Conformal Ray Surface, which allows rapid heuristic appreciation of otherwise complex spatial functions. Illustrated.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Characteristics of Holographic Scanning
11
Holographic Basics and Techniques
37
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Basics of Holography
P. Hariharan
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About the author (1988)

LEO BEISER retired recently as the president and research director of Leo Beiser Inc., a consulting and research company specializing in image and data scanning and recording for global clients including 3M, Agfa-Gevaert, Bell Labs, Boeing, Burroughs, Compugraphic, Kodak, Canon, General Electric, Polaroid, Scitex, and Xerox. Prior to that, as a staff researcher and project manager at CBS Laboratories, Autometric/Raytheon, Radio Receptor Corporation, and Polarad Electronics Corp., he pioneered formative advances in super-high resolution/speed image and data scanning and recording. An extensively published author and internationally renowned expert, Beiser has been recognized by his profession with numerous awards including the prestigious George W. Goddard Award from the International Society for Optical Engineering. Leo Beiser is Adjunct Professor in the Institute of Imaging Science, Polytechnic University, New York

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