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Get up to speed with digital holography with this concise and straightforward introduction to modern techniques and conventions. Building up from the basic principles of optics, this book describes key techniques in digital holography, such as phase-shifting holography, low-coherence holography, diffraction tomographic holography and optical scanning holography, discussing their practical applications, and accompanied by all the theory necessary to understand the underlying principles at work. A further chapter covers advanced techniques for producing computer-generated holograms. Extensive Matlab code is integrated with the text throughout and available for download online, illustrating both theoretical results and practical considerations such as aliasing, zero padding and sampling. Accompanied by end-of-chapter problems and an online solutions manual for instructors, this is an indispensable resource for students, researchers and engineers in the fields of optical image processing and digital holography.Read more
- An up-to-date introduction to current techniques in this vibrant field
- Covers both theoretical fundamentals of modern digital holography and practical applications and techniques
- Includes numerous Matlab examples designed to help the reader visualize important concepts in digital holography, with source code available online
04th May 2014 by Nelwin
Useful for the field of Digital Hologram processing, Digital Holography and its applicationsSee all reviews
28th Dec 2016 by Juandspcf
This is a good book, the theory is well developed and the information of the applications is important, however is short, so I hope the author expand it in a future edition. The only requirement is to have a good background of Fourier optics and signal and systems.
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- Date Published: January 2014
- format: Hardback
- isbn: 9781107016705
- length: 223 pages
- dimensions: 252 x 180 x 13 mm
- weight: 0.57kg
- contains: 124 b/w illus. 28 tables
- availability: Available
Table of Contents
1. Wave optics
2. Fundamentals of holography
3. Types of holograms
4. Conventional digital holography
5. Digital holography: special techniques
6. Applications in digital holography
7. Computer-generated holography
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