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Optical systems and processes

Author: J Shamir; Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers.
Publisher: Bellingham, Wash. : SPIE, ©2006.
Series: SPIE monograph, PM65.
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A concise, comprehensive reference text covering electro-optical systems, optical system design, optical physics, holography, Fourier optics, and optical metrology. It emphasizes physical insight aimed at engineering applications. This book is suitable as an advanced undergraduate or graduate level text; problems and solutions are included.
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Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Shamir, J. (Joseph).
Optical systems and processes.
Bellingham, Wash. : SPIE, ©2006
(DLC) 99013754
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: J Shamir; Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers.
ISBN: 9780819478474 0819478474
OCLC Number: 435971868
Notes: "SPIE digital library."
Description: 1 online resource (xv, 415 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: 1. Introduction --
2. Review of electromagnetic wave propagation --
Wavefronts --
Phase velocity and the speed of light --
Power and intensity --
Reflection and transmission at a boundary --
Stratified layers --
Problems --
3. Linear systems theory --
Linear systems --
Fourier transformation --
Singular functions --
Fourier transform theorems --
Frequently used functions and their Fourier transforms --
Linear system response --
Problems --
4. Wavefront transformations --
Free-space propagation --
The paraxial approximation --
The free-space propagation operator --
Operator relations --
Discussion --
Refraction in dielectric materials --
Thin optical elements --
The transparency --
The thin dielectric slab --
The thin prism --
The thin lens --
Gratings --
Mirrors as optical elements --
Discussion --
One-dimensional operator definitions --
Cylindrical lens operators --
Transformations with the C operator --
The Gaussian beam and its transformations --
Free-space propagation of Gaussian beams --
Lens transformations of Gaussian beams --
Operator algebra, discussion --
Problems. 5. Basic optical systems --
Imaging with a thin lens --
Fourier transformation with a thin lens --
Some aspects of geometrical optics --
Applications of single lens systems --
The single lens image projector --
The magnifying glass --
Applications of a single Fourier transforming system --
Two lenses in free space --
Bonnet spheres and field flattening --
Microscope and some of its characteristics --
The double Fourier transforming system --
The telescope --
An invariance property of the two-lens system --
Spatial filtering and optical correlation --
The joint transform correlator, JTC --
The matched filter --
Bandwidth consideration --
Space-variant and space-invariant systems --
Problems --
6. Non-ideal optical systems --
Optical systems of finite extent --
Apertured imaging system --
Apertured Fourier transforming system --
Depth of focus --
Real optical elements --
Aberrations --
Real lenses --
Problems --
7. Statistical aspects of light --
Interference --
Mutual coherence --
Self coherence --
Temporal coherence --
The Michelson interferometer --
Spectral aspects of temporal coherence --
Spatial coherence and spatial correlation --
Propagation of the coherence function --
Spatial coherence from incoherent sources --
Speckle patterns --
Correlation function model of speckle patterns --
Rigid translation --
Free space observation --
Discussion --
Problems. 8. Interference and interferometers --
Interference fringes --
Dynamic interference fringes --
Interference of two plane waves --
Interference between a plane wave and a spherical wave --
Interferometry --
Interferometers and energy conservation --
The Michelson interferometer --
Interferometric displacement measurement --
Interferometric velocity measurement --
Interferometric profile and phase analysis --
Other double-beam interferometers --
The Mach-Zehnder interferometer --
Ring interferometer --
The Jamin interferometer --
Beam splitters --
The Kösters prism interferometer --
Using corner cubes --
Advanced interferometric procedures --
Amplitude modulation interferometry --
Phase shifting interferometry --
Heterodyne interferometry --
Multiwavelength interferometry --
Coherence interferometer --
The laser Doppler velocimeter --
Multibeam interferometers --
Elementary diffraction gratings --
Generalized diffraction gratings --
The grating spectroscope --
The Fabry-Perot interferometer --
Self-referencing interferometers --
Phase visualization by spatial filtering --
Problems. 9. Polarization --
Polarization of plane waves --
Superposition of polarized waves --
Superposition of two plane polarized waves --
Superposition of two circularly polarized waves --
Propagation in anisotropic media --
Maxwell's equations in anisotropic media --
The index ellipsoid --
Birefringence --
Basic polarization components --
The polarizer --
The retardation plate --
Optical isolator --
Electro-optic modulation --
The Jones matrix representation --
Circular birefringence --
Polarization aberrations --
Problems --
10. Spatial light modulation --
Intensity response of a recording material --
Spatial frequency response of recording materials --
Diffractive optical elements --
Electronic recording --
Acousto-optic modulation --
Two-dimensional spatial light modulators --
Controllable birefringence --
Deformable mirrors --
Semiconductor modulators --
Problems. 11. Holography --
The holographic process --
Hologram recording with plane reference wave --
Spherical wave recording, magnification --
Wavelength changes in holography --
Phase conjugation --
Classification of holograms: conditions and properties --
On-axis and off-axis holography --
Transmission and reflection holograms --
Object wave configurations --
Hologram recording conditions --
Coherence and stability conditions --
Recording medium consideration --
Phase holograms --
Thermoplastic films --
Surface relief recording --
Photopolymers --
Photorefractive materials --
Synthetic holograms --
Electronic recording --
Holographic interferometry --
Time average holographic interferometry --
Real-time holographic interferometry --
Double exposure holographic interferometry --
Phase conjugate interferometry --
Generalized treatment of the holographic process --
Problems --
12. Advanced operator algebra --
Ray transfer matrix of optical systems --
The canonical operator --
Integral representation of canonical operators --
Wave optics and geometrical ray matrices --
Canonical operator relations --
Real lenses --
Gaussian beam transformations --
Roots and powers of optical systems --
Matrix calculus --
Roots and powers of specific optical systems --
Problems. 13. Optical information processing --
Electro-optic pattern recognition --
DOE design as an optimization problem --
Optimization algorithms, an overview --
Cost function in filter design --
Transformations with cylindrical lenses --
The variable focal length astigmatic system --
Imaging and Fourier transformation with astigmatic systems --
One-dimensional signal processing --
The vector-matrix multiplier --
Optical interconnection network --
Scale and coordinate transformation --
The ambiguity function --
Wavelet transform --
Space-variant convolution --
Convolution of 1D functions using the C operator --
Matrix-matrix multiplication --
A. Summary of operator relations --
A.1 Definition of basic operators --
A.2 Commutation rules among the basic operators --
A.2.1 Operations of the quadratic phase factor --
A.2.2 Operations by the linear phase factor --
A.2.3 Operations of the scaling operator --
A.2.4 Operations of the shift operator --
A.2.5 Operations by the FT operator --
A.2.6 Operations by the FPO --
A.2.7 Other useful relations --
A.3 Normalized operator relations --
B. Bibliography --
C. Problems and solutions --
C.1 The solution manual --
D. Index.
Series Title: SPIE monograph, PM65.
Responsibility: Joseph Shamir.

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