Introduction to Fourier Optics
Roberts and Company Publishers, 2005 - 491 Seiten
This textbook deals with fourier analysis applications in optics, and in particular with its applications to diffraction, imaging, optical data processing, holography and optical communications. Fourier analysis is a universal tool that has found application within a wide range of areas in physics and engineering and this third edition has been written to help your students understand the complexity of a subject that can be challenging to grasp at times.
Chapters cover foundations of scalar diffraction theory, Fresnel and Fraunhofer diffraction moving onto Wave-Optics Analysis of Coherent Optical Systems and Wavefront Modulation. Joseph Goodman’s work in Electrical Engineering has been recognised by a variety of awards and honours, so his text is able to guide students through a comprehensive introduction into Fourier Optics.
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Foundations of Scalar Diffraction Theory 31 3 Foundations of Scalar Diffraction Theory
Fresnel and Fraunhofer Diffraction
WaveOptics Analysis of Coherent Optical Systems
Frequency Analysis of Optical Imaging Systems
Analog Optical Information Processing
Fourier Optics in Optical Communications
A Delta Functions and Fourier Transform Theorems
B Introduction to Paraxial Geometrical Optics 441 B Introduction to Paraxial Geometrical Optics
Polarization and Jones Matrices
The Grating Equation
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