Communication and Information Theory Aspects of Modern Optics
Edward L. O'Neill
General Electric Company, Electronics Laboratory, 1962 - Information theory - 268 pages
;Contents: Linear and non-linear links in optical image transfer; Information capacity of photographic films; Filtering of optical images; Methods of influencing the optical contrast transfer of image-forming devices; Transfer function in partially coherent light; Polarization and crystal optics; Some recent developments in information theory; Spatial phase modulation and remodulation; Applications of communication theory to optics and photography; A matrix theory of optical detection.
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INFORMATION CAPACITY OF PHOTOGRAPHIC FILMS
METHODS OF INFLUENCING THE OPTICAL CONTRAST TRANSER
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