1 March 1992 Imaging in spatially periodic light fields
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Optical Engineering, 31(3), (1992). doi:10.1117/12.56100
Abstract
We report some characteristic features concerning informative properties of the periodic and quasi-periodic light fields. On the basis of the sampling Fresnel-Dirac transformation, the idea of Fresnel periodicity is defined. Periodic or quasi-periodic light fields revealing this type of symmetry have properties of lensless imaging and self-restoration, such as the elimination of lattice defects-vacancies or inclusions, correction of quasi-periodic structures, and extraction of the common part of elements.
Andrzej Kalestynski, "Imaging in spatially periodic light fields," Optical Engineering 31(3), (1 March 1992). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.56100
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