Introduction to Fourier Optics
This renowned text applies the powerful mathematical methods of fourier analysis to the analysis and synthesis of optical systems. These ubiquitous mathematical tools provide unique insights into the capabilities and limitations of optical systems in both imaging and information processing and lead to many fascinating applications, including the field of holography.
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Foundations of Scalar Diffraction Theory
RayleighSommerfeld Diffraction Formula
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