Optical Information Processing: A Tribute to Adolf Lohmann

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SPIE Press, 2002 - Technology & Engineering - 356 pages
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This volume honours Adolf Lohmann, one of the great inventors in optics. During a long career spanning many countries, Lohmann's novel ideas have propelled the field in new directions. This collection contains additional insights into the many fields he has helped create.
 

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Contents

A Statistical Introduction to Temporal Coherence Effects
21
Wigner Function and Ambiguity Function for Nonparaxial
37
Gabors Signal Expansion Based on a Nonorthogonal
57
Quality Time with the Fractious Fourier Family
83
Synthesis of Optical Fields Characterized by Their Mutual
103
The Eye Hartmann Shack and Scheiner
123
References
129
Transformation of Holographic Wavefields Caused by
149
Spatiotemporal Joint Transform Correlator
173
Nonlinear Features for Improved Pattern
189
A Historical Perspective
201
From Computergenerated Holograms to Optical Signal
233
Ultrafast Temporalspatial Optical Information
311
Light Tubes Wigner Diagrams and Optical Wave
343
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Caulfield is the university eminent scholar at Alabama A&M University.

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