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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 4514

Acousto-Optics and Applications IV
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 4514
Date Published: 6 November 2001
Softcover: 26 papers (244) pages
ISBN: 9780819442369

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Visibility methods for convenient and accurate measurement of ultrasonic wave velocity
Author(s): M. A. Breazeale
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Elastic anisotropy of acousto-optic interaction medium
Author(s): Vitaly B. Voloshinov
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Old and new ray methods in acousto-optics
Author(s): Adrian Korpel
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Ultrasonic light diffraction in optically isotropic media with induced birefringence
Author(s): Erik Blomme; Antoni Sliwinski
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Overview of acousto-optic bistability, chaos, and logical applications
Author(s): Monish R. Chatterjee; Erol Sonmez
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Two-dimensional feature extraction and beam fanning suppression using acousto-optics
Author(s): Ting-Chung Poon; Partha P. Banerjee
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Acousto-optic interaction in the directions forbidden by crystal symmetry
Author(s): Vladimir N. Parygin; Alex V. Vershoubskiy
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Laserlike acousto-optic generator
Author(s): Vladimir I. Balakshy; S. V. Emelianov
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Quasi-collinear AOTF with improved resolution
Author(s): Marina Pushkareva; Vladimir N. Parygin
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Three wave vectors immersed in the hypersonic sea
Author(s): Tomasz Blachowicz
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Analytical solutions for 3D acousto-optic interaction within the numerical aperture area
Author(s): D. Ngambia Mbamou; Gerhard J. Mueller; G. Brunk
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Photoacoustic spectra of YAG:Cr3+ and Ce3+ crystals
Author(s): Antoni Sliwinski; Marek Grinberg; Anna Sikorska
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Bragg imaging of profiled ultrasound using focused laser beams
Author(s): S. Vanaverbeke; Oswald Jozef Leroy
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Gaussian beam phase change and deflection in Raman-Nath interaction
Author(s): Roman J. Bukowski
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Split-step Fourier method for rotation-cylindrical acousto-optic interaction within the numerical aperture area
Author(s): D. Ngambia Mbamou; Gerhard J. Mueller; G. Brunk
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Nonlinear interaction in the vicinity of an underwater source of finite amplitude wave with noncontinuous radiating surface
Author(s): Grazyna Grelowska; Eugeniusz Kozaczka
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Factors affecting phase measurement accuracy in acousto-optic phase processor
Author(s): Mieczyslaw Szustakowski; Leon Jodlowski; Robert Bobrowicz
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Solid state photoacoustics with laser pulse: mathematical model and experimental data filtering
Author(s): Roman J. Bukowski; A. Domanowska; Zygmunt Kleszczewski; Jacek Mazur; Barbara M. Pustelny
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Novel architecture of optical switch based on acousto-optic interaction for telecommunication networks
Author(s): Yves Mevel; Veronique Quintard; Andre Perennou; Hongwu Li; Jean Le Bihan
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Wavelet analysis of low-level optical signals from Brillouin light scattering experiments
Author(s): Tomasz Blachowicz
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Analyzing system of acoustic field
Author(s): Adam Szpakowski; Tadeusz Pustelny
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Surface acoustic wave hydrogen sensor with a multilayer structure: preliminary results
Author(s): Wieslaw P. Jakubik; Marian W. Urbanczyk; Marcin Nadolski
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Detection of mechanical vibrations by magnetic resonance: elastomagnetic resonance spectroscopy (EMRS)
Author(s): C. J. Lewa; N. Baril; J. M. Franconi; J. D. de Certaines; Paul Canioni; Eric Thiaudiere
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Analysis of photoacoustic signal dependence on modulation frequency for YAG crystal doped with Cr+3
Author(s): Anna Sikorska
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Near field of light diffraction by two ultrasonic beams of frequency ratio 1:1 beyond the Raman-Nath diffraction regime
Author(s): Tomasz Katkowski
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A few more words on resonant acoustooptical interaction
Author(s): Vladimir V. Petrov
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