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Progress in Optics

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Fiber Optics

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Since the invention of the laser, our fascination with the photon has led to one of the most dynamic and rapidly growing fields of technology. New advances in fiber optic devices, components, and materials make it more important than ever to stay

Atmospheric Optics

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Problems in Optics

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This collection of problems and accompanying solutions provide the reader with a full introduction to physical optics. The subject coverage is fairly traditional, with chapters on interference and diffraction, and there is a general emphasis on spectroscopy.

Progress in Optics

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Progress in Optics

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This volume contains six review articles dealing with topics of current research interest in optics and in related fields. The first article deals with the so-called embedding method, which has found useful applications in the study of wave propag

Progress in Optics

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Progress in Optics, Volume 62, an ongoing series, contains more than 300 review articles by distinguished research workers that have become permanent records for many important developments. In this updated volume, users will find valuabl

Progress in Optics

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Progress in Optics

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Volume XXXV contains six review articles. The first article is a discussion on transverse light patterns in non-linear media, lasers and wide aperture interferometers. The next article deals with the detection and spectroscopic studies of single molecules in transparent solids at low temperature. The isolated spectral line of a single molecule makes it possible to perform basic quantum measurements, and allows probing in unprecedented detail of the surrounding solid matrix. The article also includes some suggestions for future research in this field. The next article reviews interferometric techniques for retrieving multispectral images with a large number of spectral channels. Special attention is paid to the theory of interferometric multispectral imaging which unifies the theories of coherence based image retrieval and spectrum recovery. Various techniques are compared, especially in terms of signal-to-noise-ratio.

Progress in Optics

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Progress in Optics is a well-established series of volumes of review articles dealing with theoretical and applied optics and related subjects. Widely acclaimed by numerous reviewers as representing an authoritative and up-to-date source of information in all branches of optics, the series continues to fulfil a genuine need within the scientific community. Articles are contributed by leading scientists (including two Nobel Prize winners) chosen by the Editor, with the advice of an international panel of experts constituting the Editorial Advisory Board. Many of the articles appearing in these volumes have since been established as basic references in their respective fields.
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