### Proceedings of SPIE Volume 0358

Applications of Mathematics in Modern OpticsFormat | Member Price | Non-Member Price |
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 0358

Date Published: 7 December 1982

Softcover: 29 papers (243) pages

ISBN: 9780892523931

Date Published: 7 December 1982

Softcover: 29 papers (243) pages

ISBN: 9780892523931

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Introduction To The Theory And Application Of Wave Propagation And Scattering In Random Media

Author(s): Akira Ishimaru

Author(s): Akira Ishimaru

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Introduction To The Angular-Spectrum Representation Of Optical Fields

Author(s): George C. Sherman

Author(s): George C. Sherman

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Application Of Hamiltonian Methods To Analogous Problems In Optics: Optical Fibers

Author(s): Walter K. Kahn; Shuwen Yang

Author(s): Walter K. Kahn; Shuwen Yang

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Method-Of-Moments Solutions For Resonant And Near-Resonant Scatterers

Author(s): L. N. Medgyesi-Mitschang

Author(s): L. N. Medgyesi-Mitschang

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Overview Of Hybrid Methods Which Combine The Moment Method And Asymptotic Techniques

Author(s): Gary A. Thiele

Author(s): Gary A. Thiele

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Scattering Calculations Using The Extended Boundary Condition Method

Author(s): Dau-Sing Wang

Author(s): Dau-Sing Wang

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Modern Mathematical Models For Wave Propagation In Turbulent Media

Author(s): Ronald L. Fante; J.Carl Leader

Author(s): Ronald L. Fante; J.Carl Leader

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Propagation Of Partially Coherent Radiation Through Atmospheric Turbulence

Author(s): Y. Baykal; M. A. Plonus; S. J. Wang

Author(s): Y. Baykal; M. A. Plonus; S. J. Wang

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Imaging Through Atmospheric Turbulence Using Modified Log Gradients

Author(s): Herbert W. Swan; Joseph W. Goodman

Author(s): Herbert W. Swan; Joseph W. Goodman

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Electromagnetic Reconstruction Techniques

Author(s): Wolfgang-M. Boerner; Vithal K.S Mirmira; Anthony C. Manson; Chau-W. Yang; Ajay K. Buti

Author(s): Wolfgang-M. Boerner; Vithal K.S Mirmira; Anthony C. Manson; Chau-W. Yang; Ajay K. Buti

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Computer Tomography Of Strongly Refracting Objects

Author(s): Soyoung Cha; Charles M. Vest

Author(s): Soyoung Cha; Charles M. Vest

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Reconstruction Of The Index Of Refraction Of A Sphere From Scattering Phase-Shifts At One Frequency

Author(s): C. Eftimiu; P. L. Huddleston

Author(s): C. Eftimiu; P. L. Huddleston

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Derivation And Application Of Extended Parabolic Wave Theories

Author(s): Louis Fishman; John J. McCoy

Author(s): Louis Fishman; John J. McCoy

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Use Of The Concept Of Bragg Diffraction For The Analysis Of Light Scattered From Random Rough Surfaces

Author(s): Hans M. Pedersen

Author(s): Hans M. Pedersen

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Scattering And Depolarization By Rough Surfaces Full Wave Approach

Author(s): Ezekiel Bahar

Author(s): Ezekiel Bahar

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Series Technique For Analyzing Wave Propagation In Dielectric Slab Waveguides With A Sinusoidal Boundary

Author(s): J. Z. Wilcox; G. A. Evans; T. J. Wilcox

Author(s): J. Z. Wilcox; G. A. Evans; T. J. Wilcox

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