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Progress in Optics, Vol. 12 e-book

Author:

Emil Wolf

Language:

English

Category:

Math

Subcategory:

Physics

ePub size:

1585 kb

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Rating:

4.8

Publisher:

Elsevier Science Ltd (October 1, 1970)

Pages:

380

ISBN:

0720415128

Progress in Optics, Vol. 12 e-book

by Emil Wolf


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In this update, readers will find timely chapters on Specular mirror interferometer, Maximum Likelihood Estimation in the Context of an Optical Measurement, Surface Plasmons, The Development of Coherence Theory, and much more. Volume 64. Progress in Optics. Volume 63.

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Thus, singular optics, the study of wave singularities in optics (Nye and Berry ; Vasnetsov and Staliunas . .

In a broad perspective, the study of optical vortices brings inspiring similarities between dierent and seem-ingly disparate elds of physics; the comparison of singularities of optical and other origins leads to theories that transcend the connes of specic elds.

Emil Wolf (July 30, 1922 – June 2, 2018) was a Czech-born American physicist who made advancements in physical optics, including diffraction, coherence properties of optical fields.

Emil Wolf (July 30, 1922 – June 2, 2018) was a Czech-born American physicist who made advancements in physical optics, including diffraction, coherence properties of optical fields, spectroscopy of partially coherent radiation, and the theory of direct scattering and inverse scattering. He was also the author of numerous other contributions to optics. Wolf was born into a Jewish family in Prague, Czechoslovakia. He was forced to leave his native country when the Germans invaded


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