The Fresnel holographic stereo-model described by Kurtz et al. (Ref. 1) and Balasubramanian and Stevenson (Ref. 2) provides a means of permanently storing a rectified photo-grammetric stereomodel. Briefly, the holographic stereomodel is a holo-graphic recording of a photogrammetric stereomodel such that during reconstruction the observer perceives a three-dimensional stereomodel. A complete discussion of the general characteristics of the holographic stereomodel is given by Mikhail else-where in these Proceedings.
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