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2003-08

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V. A. Zubov, A. A. Merkin, T. V. Mironova

ABSTRACT

A solution of the phase problem in optics as applied to the simultaneous detection and analysis of the phase-amplitude structure of image-forming or image-transmitting 2D optical fields and the phase-amplitude structure of probed media or objects, transfer or instrumental functions of signal-transmitting media, or field-or image-forming systems is considered. The effect of media or objects is described by the operation of convolution. The essence of the method applied is the introduction of two additional modulators, which in some way perform the function of visualizing the phase information. Optical schemes of two types are considered. In both cases, the first additional modulation precedes the action of a medium or an object. The second additional modulation takes place either in the plane immediately behind the probed medium (first type of scheme) or in the plane of spatial frequencies formed by the optical system (second type of scheme). In the first variant, the plane of detection is that of the spatial frequencies; in the second variant, it is the plane of the image formation. The resulting intensity distributions yield a solution to the problem. More... »

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287-292

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