Diffractive and Holographic Optics Technology II: 9-10 February 1995, San Jose, California, Volume 2404

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Ivan Cindrich, Sing H. Lee
SPIE, 1995 - Diffraction - 358 pages
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Contents

Design and optimization of cascaded diffractive elements 2404O2
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Multielement diffractive optical designs using evolutionary programming 240403
17
Boundary element method for vector modeling diffractive optical elements 240453
28
Efficient design of paraxial diffractive phase elements with descent search methods 240405
40
Design of paraxial diffractive elements with the computeraided design CAD system DigiOpt
50
Computeraided design tool for diffractive optical elements mask layout 24040
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modeling and design 2404O8
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Cancellation of material dispersion in harmonic diffractive lenses 240409
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Wavelength compensation by time reverse ray tracing 24042
217
Physical optics analysis of the performance of a holographic projection system 240428
227
Optoelectronic programmable logic array which employs diffractive interconnections
235
Singleelement diffractive optical system for realtime processing of synthetic aperture radar
243
Coupling efficiency of an optical star coupler with a holographic branching device 240432
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Highly polarization selective diffractive optical elements for use in optical interconnection
293
Coplanar display of image and spectrum using hybrid diffractiverefractive optics 240437
302
Holographic systems with twobeam reconstruction of the phase object wavefronts 240439
310

Optimal use of the restricted number of pixels of a spatial light modulator in information
89
Design of novel resonance domain diffractive optical elements 240450
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I29 Injection molding for diffractive optics 2404I
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threedimensional azodyeformed microhoneycomb images within
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Computergenerated electrically switchable holographic composites 240423
182
Diffractive optics for unconventional light distributions 2404S4
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Fabrication of reflection gratings by contact copying of amplitude holographic gratings on
340
Addendum
356
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