3 September 2008 Three-bar resolution versus MTF: how different can they be anyway?
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Although many designs are evaluated in the design stage by examination of their MTFs, three-bar resolution is often used for the determination of resolution in practice. In certain applications, the measured three-bar resolution differs greatly from the resolution obtained with crossing the MTF curve with a threshold curve. In this presentation, we examine conditions under which this can occur.
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John R. Rogers, John R. Rogers, } "Three-bar resolution versus MTF: how different can they be anyway?", Proc. SPIE 7071, An Optical Believe It or Not: Key Lessons Learned, 707109 (3 September 2008); doi: 10.1117/12.800403; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.800403
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