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PROCEEDINGS VOLUME 2566

Advanced Imaging Technologies and Commercial Applications
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 2566
Date Published: 23 August 1995
Softcover: 26 papers (262) pages
ISBN: 9780819419255

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Spatial light modulator technology overview: current concepts and commercially available devices
Author(s): Charles M. Crandall
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Micro-opto-electro machine devices for spatial light modulation
Author(s): Rodney L. Clark; John R. Karpinsky; Eric G. Johnson
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Automated interpretation of nuclear medicine scans for the diagnosis of pulmonary embolism
Author(s): Michele Ruggiero Banish; Rodney L. Clark; Frederick L. Datz; Paul E. Christian
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Programmable phase grating and beam steerer by operating a LCTV
Author(s): Rensheng Dou; Michael K. Giles
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Liquid crystal television (LCTV) as an angle-tuning means for phase matching in three-wave mixing devices
Author(s): Narasimha S. Prasad; Natalie Clark
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Integrated optics rotation sensor (IORS) for dual use in military and commercial applications
Author(s): Colleen Mary Fitzpatrick; Victor Vali; Bruce R. Youmans
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Dynamic wavefront sensor system using spatial light modulators
Author(s): Natalie Clark; Nadipuram R. Prasad
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Smart structure state monitoring system using OFS array and NN processing
Author(s): Yaqing Tu; Weihua Liu; Shanglian Huang
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Principles and applications of unconventional laser imaging
Author(s): David G. Voelz
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Novel adaptive optics (technique) without a guide star
Author(s): Ben C. Platt; Natalie Clark
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Low-cost, full-color, high-resolution imaging with ferroelectric color filter
Author(s): Charles M. Crandall
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Role of neural networks for avionics
Author(s): Christopher L. Bowman; Mark R. DeYong; Thomas C. Eskridge
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Interferometry with the ESO Very Large Telescope
Author(s): Oskar von der Luehe; Frederic Derie; Didier Ferrand; Bertrand Koehler; Samuel A. Leveque; Francesco Paresce; Luigi D'Arcio
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Speckle deconvolution imaging using an iterative algorithm
Author(s): Julian C. Christou; E. Keith Hege; Stuart M. Jefferies
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Simulation of aperture synthesis with the Large Binocular Telescope
Author(s): E. Keith Hege; James Roger P. Angel; Matthew Cheselka; Michael Lloyd-Hart
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Measurement of optical path fluctuations due to internal seeing for the VLTI
Author(s): Samuel A. Leveque; Bertrand Koehler; Oskar von der Luehe
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Tomographic satellite image reconstruction using ladar E-field or intensity projections: computer simulation results
Author(s): Charles L. Matson
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Aperture-synthesis techniques that use very low power illumination
Author(s): Richard B. Holmes; Sam S. Ma; Anup Bhowmik; C. Greninger
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Signal processing for large active synthetic aperture experimental optics system
Author(s): Alexander B. Alexandrov; Pavel P. Inshin
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Passive synthetic aperture imaging
Author(s): Joseph C. Marron; Anthony M. Tai
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Image aberrations in interferometers
Author(s): Tilman Werner Stuhlinger
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Image restoration in minimum-redundancy optical arrays
Author(s): Sergey D. Polskikh; Konstantin N. Sviridov
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Theory of the synthetic aperture microscope
Author(s): Terry M. Turpin; Leslie H. Gesell; Jeffrey Lapides; Craig H. Price
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Relocatable array interferometer: imaging of laser-illuminated space targets
Author(s): Victor L. Gamiz; Don M. Payne; Raymond C. Dymale; Gault S. Bowen; David Stone
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Real-time landmark-based optical vehicle self-location
Author(s): Michael P. Whalen; Russell C. Watts; Charles J. Jacobus; Gary Moody; Mark J. Taylor; Merrill D. Squires
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Wavefront control using a high-quality nematic liquid crystal spatial light modulator
Author(s): Gordon D. Love
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