International Trends in Optics

International Trends in Optics

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Intended for physical scientists and engineers in optics research and development, and students who want an overview of the field, this book provides a broad and authoritative overview of research that is underway in the field of optics throughout the world. The articles, which are suitable for the specialist and non-specialist alike, provide general and readable overviews of many different aspects of optical science and engineering. These articles also tend to be less formal than the standard technical reviews found in journals. In addition to providing an overview of their designated topics, authors discussed unsolved research problems and speculate on future directions in the field.
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  • Hardback | 512 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 25.4mm | 628.22g
  • Academic Press Inc
  • San Diego, United States
  • English
  • index
  • 0122896904
  • 9780122896903

Table of contents

Integrated optics - OEICs or PICs?, H.Kogelnik; quantum opto-electronics for optical processing, D.A.B.Miller; optics in telecommunications - beyond transmission, P.W.E.Smith; microoptics, K.Iga; holographic optical elements for use with semiconductor lasers, H.P.Herzig and R.Dadliker; fiber optic signal processing, B.Culshaw and I.Adonovic; optical memories, Y.Tsunado; what are photorefractives good for?, H.Rajbenbach and J.-P.Huignard; adaptive interferometry - a new area of applications of photorefractive crystals, S.I.Stepanov; water wave optics, J.J.Stamnes; about the philosophies of diffraction, A.W.Lohmann; the essential journals of optics, J.N.Howard; optics in China - ancient and modern accomplishments, Z.-M.Zhang; unusual optics - optical interconnects as learned from the eyes of (nocturnal insects), crayfish, shellfish and similar creatures, P.Greguss; the opposition effect in volume and surface scattering, K.C.Dainty; influence of source-correlations on spectra of radiated fields, E.Wolf; quantum statistics and coherence of nonlinear optical processes, J.Perina; one photon light-pulses versus attenuated classical light-pulses, A.Aspect and P.Grangier; optical propagation through the atmosphere, A.Consortini; are the fundamental principles of holography sufficient for the creation of new types of 3D cinematography and artificial intelligence?. Y.N.Denisyuk; medical applications of holographic 3D display, J.Tsujiuchi; Moire fringes and their applicatons, O.Bryngdahl; breaking the boundaries of optical system design and construction , C.H.F.Velzel; interferometry - what's new since Michelson?, P.Hariharan; curreent trends in optical testing, D.Malacara; adaptive optics, F.Merkel; triple correlations and dispectra in high-resolution astonomical imaging. H.Weigelt; phase retrieval imaging problems, J.R.Fienup; blind deconvolution - recovering the seemingly irrecoverable!, R.H.T.Bates and H.Jiang; pattern recognition, similarity, neural nets, and optics, H.H.Arsenault and Y.Sheng; towards nonlinear optical processing, T.Szoplik and K.Chalasinska-Macukow; new apects of optics for optical computing, V.Morozov; digital optical computing, S.D. Smith; computing - a joint venture for light and electricity?, P.Chavel.
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