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Author Blanche, Pierre-Alexandre, author.

Title Field guide to holography / Pierre-Alexandre Blanche.

Published Bellingham, Washington : SPIE, [2014]
©2014

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Physical description 1 online resource (viii, 77 pages).
Series SPIE field guides ; FG31
SPIE field guides ; FG31.
SPIE Digital Library.
Notes "SPIE Digital Library."--Website.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Field guide to holography -- Glossary -- Historical background -- Optical field: plane wave -- Optical field complex notation and spherical wave -- Interference -- Coherent waves -- Diffraction -- Hologram -- Diffraction grating and orders -- Volume gratings -- Holographic optical elements -- Holography outside the visible spectrum -- Grating equation -- Angular dispersion -- Bragg's law -- Grating vector -- Classification of holograms -- Reflection versus transmission geometry -- Thin/thick criteria -- Efficiency of thick unslanted gratings. The analytic coupledwave analysis -- Rigorous coupledwaveanalysis -- Dispersion of thick volume gratings -- Remarkable thin gratings -- Scalar theory of diffraction. Kirchhoff diffraction integral -- Fresnel diffraction integral -- Fraunhofer diffraction integral -- Diffraction by simple apertures -- Remarkable interference patterns -- Holography: interference recording and reconstruction formalization -- Aberrations in holograms -- Computer generated holograms -- Errors in computer generated holograms -- Spacebandwidth product -- Inline transmission hologram (Gabor) -- Inline reflection hologram (Denisyuk) -- Offaxis transmission hologram (Leith and Upatnieks) -- Imaging consideration of transmission holograms -- Transfer hologram (H2) -- Rainbow hologram (Benton) -- Edgelit hologram -- Holographic stereogram -- Color holograms -- Lippmann photography -- Multiplexing -- Holographic interferometry -- Phase conjugate mirror -- Digital holography -- Holographic television -- Phase stabilization -- Silver halide -- Photopolymer -- Dichromated gelatin -- Photochromic materials -- Photoresists -- Embossed holograms -- Polarization sensitive material -- Photorefractive materials -- Inorganic and organic photorefractive materials -- Acoustooptic modulator (Bragg cell) -- Spatial light modulators.
Restrictions Restricted to subscribers or individual electronic text purchasers.
Summary Although they are mostly known by the general public for producing beautiful artworks, holograms are used in a variety of technical applications. From nondestructive testing of composite materials to data storage and processing, there are numerous situations where holography is better suited than any other method. This Field Guide presents an overview of the various concepts of holography, including a theoretical foundation and descriptions of the different types of holograms, techniques used to produce them, and the most common recording materials. Written with a large audience in mind--including students, researchers, and engineers--the book provides a broad panorama of the field to help readers understand its concepts and methodology.
Other formats Also available in print version.
System notes Mode of access: World Wide Web.
System requirements: Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Notes Title from PDF title page (SPIE eBooks Website, viewed 2014-01-09).
Other author Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers, publisher.
Subject Holography.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9780819499585
9780819499578
Standard Number 10.1117/3.1002325