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Some Optical Information Processing Systems

Abstract

Optical information processing systems have met increasing interest during the past 20 years. Potential applications are in all fields in which large quantities of information are to be processed. Best-known are optical filtering techniques which by very simple means, e.g., are capable of differentiating an image in order to emphasize contours and fine structures, of suppressing certain spatial frequencies of the image information in order to suppress or emphasize periodic structures, of introducing a phase shift between light diffracted into the first and zero order, respectively, in order to make visible small phase changes in otherwise indiscernible microscope specimens, etc.

Keywords

Spatial Frequency Point Spread Function Fourier Spectrum Reference Source Reference Wave 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • G. Groh
    • 1
  1. 1.Philips Forschungs Laboratorium Hamburg GmbHHamburgWest Germany

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