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Applications of Holography

Proceedings of the United States-Japan Seminar on Information Processing by Holography, held in Washington, D. C., October 13–18, 1969

  • Euval S. Barrekette
  • Winston E. Kock
  • Teruji Ose
  • Jumpei Tsujiuchi
  • George W. Stroke
Conference proceedings

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-viii
  2. Tadashi Kasahara, Yoshiaki Kimura, Masanori Kawai
    Pages 19-34
  3. J. W. Goodman
    Pages 49-55
  4. Teruji Ose, Masaru Noguchi, Toshihiro Kubota
    Pages 57-68
  5. Kazumi Murata, Hirofumi Fujiwara
    Pages 69-77
  6. Hiroyoshi Saito, Ichirou Yamaguchi, Toshinori Nakajima
    Pages 105-126
  7. Kazuo Sayanagi, Kazuya Matsumoto
    Pages 169-193
  8. Yoshiki Ichioka, Masaharu Izumi, Tatsuro Suzuki
    Pages 195-214
  9. Shun-ichi Tanaka, Hisatoyo Kato, Satoshi Ishihara, Toyohiko Yatagai
    Pages 229-245
  10. Jumpei Tsujiuchi, Kiyofumi Matsuda, Naoya Takeya
    Pages 247-258
  11. Jumpei Tsujiuchi, George W. Stroke
    Pages 259-308
  12. Euval S. Barrekette
    Pages 309-322
  13. Winston E. Kock
    Pages 323-355
  14. Fredrick L. Thurstone
    Pages 357-363
  15. James Lipp, Jerry L. Reynolds
    Pages 377-388
  16. Back Matter
    Pages 389-396

About these proceedings

Introduction

Holography has matured over the years since it was first invented by Dennis Gabor and further developed by many workers during the last decade. With some applications a commercial reality and many more continually appearing, it is now possible to compile a volume devoted to the applications of holography. This book consists primarily of papers presented at the second U.S. Japan Seminar on holography, held in Washington, D.C., from October 20-27, 1969, under the auspices of the National Academy of Sciences, National Science Foundation, and the Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science. In addition to most of the papers presented at the seminar, several others are included because they cover important applications which are appropriate to this volume. Attendance at the seminar was limited to ten delegates from each country; these delegates being chosen so as to permit the seminar to include as wide a range of subjects as possible, with each delegate being recognized as an authority in his particular field of holography. In addition, Dr. Gilbert Devey (Program 'Director for Engineering Systems for the National Science Foundation, and the one most responsible for making the seminar possible), Professor Wolf F.

Keywords

engine foundation holography laser

Editors and affiliations

  • Euval S. Barrekette
    • 1
  • Winston E. Kock
    • 2
  • Teruji Ose
    • 3
  • Jumpei Tsujiuchi
    • 4
  • George W. Stroke
    • 5
  1. 1.Electro-Optical Technologies, IBM Research DivisionThomas J. Watson Research CenterYorktown HeightsUSA
  2. 2.Bendix CorporationSouthfieldUSA
  3. 3.Institute of Industrial ScienceUniversity of TokyoTokyoJapan
  4. 4.Imaging Science and Engineering LaboratoryTokyo Institute of TechnologyTokyoJapan
  5. 5.Electro-Optical Sciences CenterState University of New York at Stony BrookStony BrookUSA

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