1 June 1992 Three-dimensional modeling of high-numerical-aperture imaging in thin films
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This paper describes a modelling technique used to explore three dimensional (3D) image irradiance distributions formed by high numerical aperture (NA > 0.5) lenses in homogeneous, linear films. This work uses a 3D modelling approach that is based on a plane- wave decomposition in the exit pupil. Each plane wave component is weighted by factors due to polarization, aberration, and input amplitude and phase terms. This is combined with a modified thin-film matrix technique to derive the total field amplitude at each point in a film by a coherent vector sum over all plane waves. Then the total irradiance is calculated. The model is used to show how asymmetries present in the polarized image change with the influence of a thin film through varying degrees of focus.
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Donis G. Flagello, Donis G. Flagello, Tomas D. Milster, Tomas D. Milster, } "Three-dimensional modeling of high-numerical-aperture imaging in thin films", Proc. SPIE 1625, Design, Modeling, and Control of Laser Beam Optics, (1 June 1992); doi: 10.1117/12.58952; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.58952
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