Optical information processing
A thorough, practical introduction to modern optical information processing. Covers diffraction, information processing, and holography. Approaches analysis by means of impulse response and linear system theory. Presents the white-light optical processing technique, as well as rainbow-holography.
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Linear System Theory and Fourier Transformation
Introduction to Diffraction
Fraunhofer and Fresnel Diffraction
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amplitude transmittance angle aperture applications assume bandwidth black-and-white coherence function coherent optical color blur color image complex light distribution complex light field complex spatial filter coordinate system corresponding crosscorrelation cylindrical lens density diffraction efficiency diffraction grating diffraction screen distance dx dy emulsion equation exposure F. T. S. Yu focal length Fourier spectrum Fourier transform Fraunhofer diffraction halftone hologram aperture image reconstruction image subtraction incoherent source input plane input signal integral laser light source matched filter Mellin transform mutual coherence function narrow slit nonlinear object transparency obtained optical information processing optical processing optical spectrum analyzer optical system output plane photographic film photographic plate plane wave point source processor pseudocolor encoding rainbow hologram rainbow holographic process real image recording medium reference beam resolution shown in fig slit image smeared spatial coherence spatial frequency plane T-E curve transform lens wavelength white-light processing technique white-light source
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