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Basic concepts

  • D. Casasent
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Part of the Topics in Applied Physics book series (TAP, volume 23)

Abstract

We hope that the capsule remarks included on the Fourier transform, holography, interferometry, and correlation will serve as an adequate reference base for the succeeding chapters. The application areas selected are the major ones in which optical data processing has made and promises to make significant contributions.

Keywords

Reference Beam Output Plane Coherent Light Object Beam Input Plane 
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