1 May 2004 Direct design of a polarization interference filter by genetic algorithm
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Optical Engineering, 43(5), (2004). doi:10.1117/1.1688387
Abstract
Polarization interference filters (PIFs) could substitute for thin films in three-panel projection systems for color separation/combination. Conventional methods of designing PIFs used inverse propagation of optical networks making the design procedure very complicated. The design of PIFs requires the determination of the thickness and orientation of the birefringent crystals. We advance a method of exploring all the possible thicknesses of the crystals, and the first-used genetic algorithm to find out the orientation of the crystals.
Jingyi Xiong, Feihong Yu, Yinbo He, "Direct design of a polarization interference filter by genetic algorithm," Optical Engineering 43(5), (1 May 2004). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.1688387
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Crystals

Neodymium

Genetic algorithms

Interference filters

Polarization

Linear filtering

Optical networks

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