Iteractive Methods For Diffractive Optical Elements Computation
This high level monograph for the optics research market explores a large number of novel interactive methods and algorithms for calculating the transmission function of phase diffractive optical elements. The text includes accounts of well-established methods and algorithms for calculating DOEs, but its major contribution is to include current methods and examine the theoretical and practical aspects of synthesising optical components. All the methods discussed in this book have been verified by their numerical simulation. A fast fourier transform algorithm presents computational basis of all the methods considered. A portion of the algorithms have received a comparative study in terms of their suitability for solving the same problem. For a number of the interactive algorithms a rigorous proof to their convergence is given.
- Hardback | 244 pages
- 160 x 234 x 20mm | 521.64g
- 01 Jun 1997
- Taylor & Francis Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
Table of contents
1. Introduction 2. Generations of Wavefields Using Diffractive Optical Elements (DOEs) 3. Parametric Methods of Computing DOEs 4. Iterative Algorithms for Calculating DOEs Forming Radially Symmetrical Images 5. Iterative Algorithms for Calculating Wavefront Formers 6. Calculation of Phase Formers of Light Modes 7. Design of Multiorder Diffractive Gratings with a Pregiven Intensity of Diffractive Orders 8. Iterative Methods for Calculating Multifocus DOEs 9. Calculation of DOEs for Some Special Applications 10. Conclusion; Appendices; References; Index.