Calculation Of Scalar Optical Diffraction Field From Its Distributed Samples Over The Space (2010)
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As a three-dimensional viewing technique, holography provides successful three-dimensional perceptions. The technique is based on duplication of the information carrying optical waves which come from an object. Therefore, calculation of the diffraction field due to the object is an important process in digital holography. To have the exact reconstruction of the object, the exact diffraction field created by the object has to be calculated. In the literature, one of the commonly used approach in calculation of the diffraction field due to an object is to superpose the fields created by the elementary building blocks of the object; such procedures may be called as the ``source model" approach and such a computed field can be different ... toggle 8 keywordsdigital holography – scalar optical diffraction – plane wave decomposition – signal decomposition – projection onto convex sets – conjugate gradient – eigenvalue distribution – computer generated holography
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