New material on computerized optical processes, computerized ray tracing, and the fast Fourier transform, Bibre-Bragg sensors, and temporal phase unwrapping. * New introductory sections to all chapters. * Detailed discussion on lasers and laser principles, including an introduction to radiometry and photometry. * Thorough coverage of the CCD camera. * End-of-chapter problems. Solutions available at http://www.wiley.co.uk/opticalmetrology
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Airy disc amplitude distribution amplitude transmittance angle applied Assume axes Bessel function camera circular circular polarizers coherence components corresponding dark fringe deformation detector diffraction diffraction pattern displacement distance emulsion example exposure field amplitude film filter plane focal plane fringe pattern gives hologram holographic interferometry image plane incident intensity distribution interference fringes interference pattern isochromatics light source linear polarizer magnification means measured method mirror model grating modulation function moire pattern object plane object surface object wave optical fibres optical filtering optical metrology parallel partial waves path length difference phase difference photoelasticity photographic plane wave point source polariscope principal stress quarterwave plate reconstruction wave recording reference grating reference wave reflected refractive index represents retarder rotation screen shown in fig shows side order sin2 sinusoidal grating spatial frequency speckle pattern speckle photography spectrum spherical wave square wave square wave grating target techniques termed vector vidicon wavefront wavelength x-axis xy-plane z-axis