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Fourier Series and Optical Transform Techniques in Contemporary Optics: An Introduction

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Fourier Series and Optical Transform Techniques in Contemporary Optics: An Introduction

Raymond G. Wilson

ISBN: 978-0-471-30357-2 May 1995 344 Pages

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Fourier Series and Optical Transform Techniques in ContemporaryOptics

An Introduction

For anyone new to Fourier methods, this remarkable book willilluminate the subject like no other currently available. With over280 illustrations generated by computer graphics, it depicts in3-space (rather than the usual 2-space) the many basic functions ofoptical diffraction and imaging. These mind-stretchingvisualizations give the reader an enhanced understanding of bothFourier transform techniques and key principles in optics. At thesame time, the author provides a lucid text that covers wavenotation, the Fourier analysis of signals, the processing of lightin diffraction phenomena and imaging, Zernicke polynomials, Fouriertransforms for Fresnel diffraction, laser beacon adaptive optics,and related topics.

Ideal for self-teaching, this book is highly recommended forworking engineers, technical staff, students of physical optics andsignal analysis, and Fourier novices in all fields.
Partial table of contents:

Some of the How and Why of Fourier Analysis.

Fourier Series and Spectra in One-Dimension for Functions of FinitePeriod.

Fourier Series and Spectra for Functions of Infinite Period;
One Dimensional.

Fourier Spectra for Non-Periodic Functions;
One-Dimensional.

The Diffraction of Light and Fourier Transforms in TwoDimensions.

A Brief Summary of Linear Systems Theory Applied to OpticalImaging.

Fourier Optical Transformations by Computer.

Apodization and Super-Resolution, Phase from Shift, and MultipleApertures.

Complex Apertures.

Operations in the Fourier Transform Plane.

Other Interesting and Related Topics.

References.

A Selected Bibliography.

Index.