1 December 1976 Trends in the Development of Radiometry
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Abstract
The presentation of the history of radiometry is divided into two periods separated by 1959, the year that the first laser was reported. In contrast to the coverage of the second period which relies heavily on the original sources, the coverage of the first period relies mostly on review material. The presentation is slanted toward work reported in the English language. This is particularly true of the second period. The presentation also tends to emphasize radiometric standards.
Jon Geist, Jon Geist, } "Trends in the Development of Radiometry," Optical Engineering 15(6), 156537 (1 December 1976). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7972039 . Submission:
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