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Introduction to singular correlation optics

Author: Oleg V Angelsky
Publisher: Bellingham, Washington : SPIE Press, [2019]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book mainly concerns the experimental aspects of a rapidly developing area of modern photonics, i.e., the singular optics of partially coherent, partially polarized, and polychromatic light fields. This topic gives rise to both new concepts and experimental tools for laboratory investigation, and considerable extension of the possibilities for implementation of the singular optics paradigm in solving diverse  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Oleg V Angelsky
ISBN: 9781510622098 1510622098
OCLC Number: 1057733278
Description: xi, 239 pages ; 26 cm
Contents: Preface --
1. Introduction: from coherent singular optics to correlation optics / Oleg V. Angelsky, Steen Grüner Hanson, and Peter V. Polyanskii: 1.1. Classical (coherent) singular optics: applying solid state physics to optics - wavefront dislocations; 1.2. Problems of scalar coherent singular optics: light fields with phase singularities - control and diagnostics of their parameters; 1.3. From optical vortices to coherent polarization singularities: sign principle of vector singular optics; 1.4. Polychromatic singular optics; 1.5. Forerunners of correlation singular optics; 1.6. Organization of the book; References --
2. Edge diffraction/Dislocation Wave / Peter V. Polyanskii: 2.1. The concept of the edge diffraction wave; 2.2. The physical reality and peculiarities of the edge diffraction wave; 2.3. Relevant studies; 2.4. Edge diffraction for diagnostics of phase singularities in coherent optical fields; 2.5. Conclusions on diffraction diagnostics of phase singularities; References 3. Spatial correlation phase singularities in partially coherent light fields / Peter V. Polyanskii and Christina V. Felde: 3.1. Methodological remarks; 3.2. Light beams with a separable phase of the spatial coherency function; 3.3. Diffraction diagnostics of the azimuthal dependence of a phase of the spatial coherency function in combined vortex beams; 3.4. Young's diagnostics of the ring singularities of the complex degree of coherency in combined vortex beams; 3.5. Feasibility of implementing partially coherent singular-optical traps; 3.6. Diffraction analysis of edge dislocations in combined beams assembled from uncorrelated Hermite-Gaussian modes; References --
4. Vector singularities in partially polarized light fields / Peter V. Polyanskii and Christina V. Felde: 4.1. From completely coherent to partially coherent (correlation) singular optics of vector light fields; 4.2. Complex degree of polarization; 4.3. Representation of U and P singularities in Stokes space; 4.4. Distribution of the degree of polarization in the vicinities of U and P singularities in real space; 4.5. Experimental determination of U and P singularity locations and reconstruction of the vector skeleton of the combined beams; References 5. Phase singularities in polychromatic (white light) fields / Oleg V. Angelsky, Peter P. Maksimyak, Peter V. Polyanskii, and Steen Grüner Hanson: 5.1. Diffraction diagnostics of isolated polychromatic vortices and vortices in polychromatic speckle fields; 5.2. Angular momentum of temporally incoherent (quasi-monochromatic) optical fields; 5.3. Phase singularities of the complex transmission coefficient of moderately rough surfaces; 5.4. Interferometric and chromascopic techniques for studying phase singularities in polychromatic light fields; References --
6. Survey of crystal singular optics / Oleg V. Angelsky, Claudia Yu. Zenkova, Steen Grüner Hanson, Bin Guo, and Zhebo Chen: 6.1. Initial approaches to crystal singular optics; 6.2. Peculiarities of propagation of optical beams through anisotropic crystals; 6.3. Formation of fine structure of optical singularities in anisotropic media with dichroism and absorption; 6.4. Formation of optical quadrupoles in optical beams inclined to the optic axis; 6.5. Formation of white-light vortices in crystal singular optics; 6.6. Propagation of optical beams in biaxial crystals; 6.7. Anisotropic crystals as a medium for generating optical vortices; 6.8. Use of anisotropic media for transforming singular beam polarization; References 7. Applications of correlation singular optics / Oleg V. Angelsky, Peter P. Maksimyak, Claudia Yu. Zenkova, Steen Grüner Hanson, Bin Guo, and Zhebo Chen: 7.1. Introduction; 7.2. Use of phase singularities of scalar optical speckle fields for diagnostics of rough surfaces with large inhomogeneities; 7.3. Optical correlation diagnostics of strongly rough surfaces; 7.4. Optical tweezers based on a biaxial crystal; 7.5. Optical vortex coronagraphy; 7.6. Approaches to optical vortex metrology; 7.7. Applications of vortex optical beams in microscopy; 7.8. Looking ahead; References --
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Responsibility: Oleg V. Angelsky, editor.

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