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Goodman J.W. — Introduction to Fourier Optics
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Название: Introduction to Fourier Optics

Автор: Goodman J.W.

Аннотация:

The second edition of this respected text considerably expands the original and reflects the tremendous advances made in the field. All the material has been update and several new sections explore the recent progress made in the areas of wavelength modulation, analog information processing, and holography. The book also explores Fourier analysis applications and emphasizes those applications to diffraction, imaging, optical data processing, and holography.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Физика/Электромагнетизм/Оптика/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Издание: second edition

Год издания: 1996

Количество страниц: 441

Добавлена в каталог: 07.09.2005

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Предметный указатель
Abbe theory of image formation      129 218
Abbe — Porter experiments      218—220
Abbe, E.      126 129
ABCD matrix      see “Ray-transfer matrix”
Aberrations      100 128 145—151
Aberrations, and amplitude transfer function, and optical transfer function, effects on      146—151
Aberrations, and amplitude transfer function, effects on      146
Aberrations, and amplitude transfer function, in holography      363
Acoustic holography      319
Acousto-optic effect      206
Acousto-optic signal processing      276—281
Acousto-optic spatial light modulators      205—209
Adjacency effect      183
Agfa — Gevaert Scientia series      346
Airy pattern      77
Airy, G.B.      77
Alignment direction, for liquid crystal molecule      186
Alignment layer, for liquid crystal cell      188
Amplitude impulse response      133
Amplitude mapping, by a photographic emulsion      178—180
Amplitude transfer function      135—137
Amplitude transfer function, for hologram      363
Amplitude transmittance, definition      59
Amplitude transmittance, of photographic emulsion      178—180
Amplitude transmittance, vs.exposure curve      179—180
Analytic continuation      161
Anamorphic processor      234
Angle mismatch, for thick hologram      339
Angle multiplexing, in holography      383
Angular spectrum, of plane waves      55—61
Angular spectrum, propagation of      57—58
Anisotropy, of liquid crystals      190
Antenna designer's formula      74
Anti-reference wave      310 324 325 379
Apodization      151—154
Apodization, Gaussian      152
Apodization, inverse      154
Arago, F.      35
ASA speed, of a photographic emulsion      313
Aspheric wavefront      211
Autocorrelation theorem      9
Autocorrelation theorem, proof      397
Axial magnification, in holography      317
Axicon      see “Conical lens”
Azimuthal image, in synthetic aperture radar      267
Backpropagation algorithm      386
Bandlimited function      23
Bandwidth extrapolation      160—165
Bandwidth extrapolation, and sampling theorem      162—164
Bandwidth extrapolation, intuitive explanation      161—162
Bandwidth extrapolation, iterative method      164—165
Bandwidth extrapolation, practical limitations      165
Barium titanate      348
Benton, S.      324
Besinc function      16
Bessel function      11 12 297
Binary intensity modulator      193
Binary optics      210—214
Binary optics, fabrication      213—214
Binomial expansion      66
Bipolar data, processing with incoherent systems      287—289
Birefringence, of liquid crystals      190
Bismuth germanium oxide      348
Bismuth silicon oxide      348
Bistability, in ferroelectric liquid crystal      189
Bleaching, of photographic emulsion      183—184
Blur point-spread function      264
Bocker, R.P.      283
Booth, B.L.      348
boundary conditions      37
Boundary diffraction      54—55
Bracewell, R.N.      5 26
Bragg angle      207
Bragg cell spectrum analyzer      276—278
Bragg condition      332
Bragg degeneracy      332 387
Bragg diffraction      330
Bragg effect      207
Bragg regime, of acoustic diffraction      206 208 209
Bragg, W.L.      295
Braunecker, B.      256
Brooks, R.E.      373
Brown, B.R.      355
Bryngdahl, O.      367
Burckhardt, C.B.      295 360
Butterweck, H.J.      114
Cadmium sulfide      194
Cadmium telluride      195
Carrier frequency      241
Casasent, D.      253 256
Caulfield, H.J.      256 287 295
Central dark ground imaging      220 290
Character recognition, with coherent optics      246—257
Characteristic impedance      64
Charge transport, in photorefractive materials      349 350
Charge-coupled detector array      281
Chemical bleaching      183—184
Chirp function      17n 30 267
Cholesteric liquid crystal      186
Chromatic blur, in holography      321
Circle function, definition      14 15
Circle function, Fourier transform of      15 16
Circuit theory, approximations of      38
Circular harmonic correlation      254—256
Circular harmonic decomposition      254
Circular symmetry      11
Circularly polarized light      416
CMOS      see “Complementary metal oxide silicon”
Cochran, G.      369
Coherence      4
Coherence length      313
Coherent imaging, vs.incoherent imaging      154—160
Coherent optical processing architectures      232—236
Colburn, W.S.      348
Collier, R.J.      295
Comb function, definition      13
Common path interferometry      382
Compensating filter      222
Compensating plate      380
Complementary metal oxide silicon (CMOS)      202
Complex data, processing with incoherent systems      289
Complex exponential functions      7 22
Computer-generated hologram      351—363
Computer-generated hologram, computational problem of      354—355
Computer-generated hologram, devices for plotting      351
Computer-generated hologram, representational problem of      355—363
Computer-generated hologram, sampling problem of      352—354
Confocal spherical surfaces, diffraction between      72
Conical lens      121 271
Conjugate planes      407—408
Contour generation, with holography      375—376
Contrast ratio, of liquid crystal cell      196
Contrast reversal      89 147
Converging lens      see “Positive lens”
Conversion gain, in holography      369
Convolution integral      22
Convolution theorem      9
Convolution theorem, proof      396
Convolution, with incoherent processing      226—229
Convolution, with joint transform correlator      245
Convolution, with VanderLugt filter      241
Coordinate rotation, Jones matrix representation      191
Cornu's spiral      85n
Corpuscular theory      33
Coupled mode theory      336—346
Coupling constant, for a thick hologram      338
Cross, L.      326
Cross-linking, of gelatin molecules      184
Cross-linking, of photopolymer molecules      347
Crossbar switch, based on matrix-vector multiplier      286
Crosscorrelation, with joint transform correlator      245
Crosscorrelation, with VanderLugt filter      241
Cutrona, L.J.      224
Cylindrical lens      120
Data storage, holographic      382—384
Deformable mirror, spatial light modulators      200—202
Deformable mirror, spatial light modulators, and cantilever beam      201
Deformable mirror, spatial light modulators, and membrane      200
Deformable mirror, spatial light modulators, and torsion beam      201
Degradation of holographic images      363—369
Delta functions      7 393—395
Denisyuk, Y.N.      296 321
Density, photographic      see “Photographic density definition”
Depth distortion, in holography      318
Detour phase      355—360
Detuning parameter, for thick hologram      338
Develis, J.B.      295
developer      174
Development speck      174
Diamond turning      214
Dichromate      348
Dichromated gelatin      348
Diffracted rays      55
Diffraction      32
Diffraction efficiency      330
Diffraction efficiency, and volume gratings      346
Diffraction efficiency, definition      81
Diffraction efficiency, of binary optic element      211 214
Diffraction efficiency, of general periodic grating      92
Diffraction efficiency, of sawtooth grating      211
Diffraction efficiency, of sinusoidal amplitude grating      81
Diffraction efficiency, of sinusoidal phase grating      82—83
Diffraction efficiency, of thick holograms      336—346
Diffraction, by a conducting half-plane      55
Diffraction-limited system, definition      128
Diffractive optical elements      209—214
Diffuse object      367
Diffuser      160
Diffusion, in a photographic emulsion      181
Direction cosine      56
Discrete analog optical processors      282—289
Discrete Fourier Transform      355
Distorting media, imaging through      378—382
Diverging lens      see “Negative lens”
Doppler history      267
Doppler shifts, from acoustic grating      207
Doppler shifts, in synthetic aperture radar      267
Driffield, V.C.      175
Dudgeon, D.E.      26
Duffieux, P.M.      126
Dynamic range, of inverse filter      258 261
Dynamic range, of Wiener filter      263
Edge images, in coherent and incoherent light      158—159
Eigenfunction, Bessel function as      29
Eigenfunction, complex exponentials as      22
Eigenfunction, definition      22
Eigenvalue      22
Eikonal equation      402
Eikonal function      402
El-Sum, H.M.A.      296 372
Electric dipole, in a liquid crystal molecule      188
Electro-optic effect, in photorefractive materials      349
Electroforming process      329
Electron holography      295
Electronic charge      64
Elementary function      20 22
Elias, P.      223
Embossed hologram      328—329
embossing      210
Emulsion, photographic      173
Energy spectrum      103
Entrance pupil      127 128
Equivalent area      28
Equivalent bandwidth      28
Erasure, in photorefractive materials      350 387
Evanescent waves      58
Exciton      202 203
Exit pupil      127 128
Exposure, definition      174
Extraordinary refractive index      190
F-number, of a lens      170
Fabry — Perot etalon      204
False images, in holography      367
Far field      74
Faraday effect      198
Faraday rotation      215 216
Fast Fourier Transform      355
Ferroelectric liquid crystal      186—187 189 190—194
Ferroelectric liquid crystal, and spatial light modulator      197—198
FET-SEED      205
Film grain noise, effects in holography      368—369
Film MTF, effects in holography      363—367
Film nonlinearities, effects in holography      367—368
Filter realization, constraints of      236—237
Finite thickness, effects with volume grating      333—336
Fixing, for photorefractive materials      350
Fixing, of photographic image      174
Focal length      99
Focal plane      101 104 408—409
Focal properties, of synthetic aperture radar data      268—271
Focusing error      148—151
Fourier coefficient      356
Fourier hologram, computer-generated      352—353
Fourier integral      5
Fourier integral theorem      9
Fourier integral theorem, proof      397—399
Fourier integral, three-dimensional      335
Fourier transform hologram      320 365
Fourier transform, as decomposition      7
Fourier transform, definition      5
Fourier transform, existence conditions of      5
Fourier transform, generalized      6
Fourier transform, inverse      5
Fourier transform, optical      101—107
Fourier transform, optical, exact      104
Fourier transform, optical, example of      107
Fourier transform, optical, geometries      101—107
Fourier transform, optical, input against lens      102—104
Fourier transform, optical, input behind lens      106—107
Fourier transform, optical, input in front of lens, optical, location of transform plane      119
Fourier transform, optical, of array of one-dimensional functions      122
Fourier transform, optical, vignetting effect      105—106
Fourier transform, pairs, table of      14
Fourier transform, theorems      8 395—399
Fourier transform, two-dimensional      7
Fourier transform, with lens      104—106
Fourier — Bessel transform      12 28
Fraunhofer approximation      63 73—75
Fraunhofer diffraction      74
Fraunhofer diffraction pattern, obtained with lens      103
Fraunhofer diffraction, by circular aperture      77—78
Fraunhofer diffraction, by rectangular aperture      75—77
Fraunhofer diffraction, by sinusoidal amplitude grating      78—81
Fraunhofer diffraction, by sinusoidal phase grating      81—83
Fraunhofer diffraction, distance required for      74
Fraunhofer hologram      319 321
Frequency spectrum, of coherent image intensity      155
Frequency spectrum, of incoherent image intensity      155
Fresnel approximation      63 66—67
Fresnel approximation, accuracy of      69—71
Fresnel diffraction integral      67
Fresnel diffraction integral, as convolution      67
Fresnel diffraction integral, as Fourier transform      67
Fresnel diffraction, between confocal spherical surfaces      72
Fresnel diffraction, by square aperture      84—87
Fresnel hologram      319 321
Fresnel hologram, computer-generated      353—354
Fresnel integral      18 69 84
Fresnel number      85
Fresnel zone plate      124
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