Self-image (autoidolon) techniques for the realisation of optical computing type operations
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Self-images of a number of spatially periodic (e.g., gratings) and quasiperiodic (e.g., halftone picture) objects have been systematically studied. These studies indicate that self-imaging techniques could be useful in optical computing type operations. It is also established that the Rayleigh relation in the context of self-imaging is quantitatively in error.
KeywordsSelf-image autoidolon optical computing
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