10 August 1988 Non-Isoplanatic Effects In Imaging Through Turbulent Media
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We discuss the importance of the isoplanatic assumption in conventional imaging and in imaging using intensity interferometry. For conventional imaging, we treat both short- and long-time exposures. In imaging using intensity interferometry, we present a general result, in which isoplanicity is not assumed, and then study the first order non-isoplanatic correction. Explicit calculations are given for the correction under typical atmospheric conditions.
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Mark J Beran, Mark J Beran, Alan M Whitman, Alan M Whitman, "Non-Isoplanatic Effects In Imaging Through Turbulent Media", Proc. SPIE 0926, Optical, Infrared, Millimeter Wave Propagation Engineering, (10 August 1988); doi: 10.1117/12.945789; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.945789

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