Speckle Patterns in Partially Coherent Light

  • G. Parry
Part of the Topics in Applied Physics book series (TAP, volume 9)

Abstract

In this section we shall study speckle patterns produced by partially coherent light. Most published work considers the effects of spatial coherence separately from the effects of temporal coherence. I have followed this convention for most of this chapter, but have indicated in the final section how the effects of light of arbitrary coherence may be considered. The results derived in that section are the only new results presented here. The rest of the material is taken from published work, much of which has been reported during the last five years. The field is interesting from an academic point of view, but the many applications which have developed have been mainly responsible for the current interest.

Keywords

Argon Covariance Coherence Autocorrelation Convolution 

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