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Analysis of the complex light field generated by a deflectable mirror array device
(2006)An exact analysis of the scalar coherent monochromatic light field produced by a deflectable mirror array device is presented. The threedimensional light field is related to the tilt angles of the mirrors. The first ... 
Asymmetric transmission in prisms using structures and materials with isotropictype dispersion
(Optical Society of America, 2015)It is demonstrated that strong asymmetry in transmission can be obtained at the Gaussian beam illumination for a single prism based on a photonic crystal (PhC) with isotropictype dispersion, as well as for its analog made ... 
A aurvey of signal processing problems and tools in holographic threedimensional television
(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2007)Diffraction and holography are fertile areas for application of signal theory and processing. Recent work on 3DTV displays has posed particularly challenging signal processing problems. Various procedures to compute ... 
Bessel functionsbased reconstruction of nonuniformly sampled diffraction fields
(IEEE, 2007)A discrete computational model for the diffraction process is essential in forward problems related to holographic TV. The model must be as general as possible, since the shape of the displayed objects does not bear any ... 
Calculation of the scalar diffraction field from curved surfaces by decomposing the threedimensional field into a sum of Gaussian beams
(Optical Society of America, 2013)We present a local Gaussian beam decomposition method for calculating the scalar diffraction field due to a twodimensional field specified on a curved surface. We write the threedimensional field as a sum of Gaussian beams ... 
Computation of holographic patterns between tilted planes
(SPIE  International Society for Optical Engineering, 200605)Computation of the diffraction pattern that gives the desired reconstruction of an object upon proper illumination is an important process in computer generated holography. A fast computational method, based on the plane ... 
Design of a 360degree holographic 3D video display using commonly available display panels and a paraboloid mirror
(SPIE, 2017)Even barely acceptable quality holographic 3D video displays require hundreds of mega pixels with a pixel size in the order of a fraction of a micrometer, when conventional flat panel SLM arrangement is used. Smaller pixel ... 
Diffraction and holography from a signal processing perspective
(SPIE, 2006)The fact that plane waves are solutions of the Helmholtz equation in free space allows us to write the exact solution to the diffraction problem as a superposition of plane waves. The solution of other related problems can ... 
Diffraction from a wavelet point of view
(Optical Society of America, 19930601)The system impulse response representing the Fresnel diffraction is shown to form a wavelet family of functions. The scale parameter of the wavelet family represents the depth (distance). This observation relates ... 
Diffraction inspired unidirectional and bidirectional beam splitting in defectcontaining photonic structures without interface corrugations
(American Institute of Physics Inc., 2016)It is shown that strong diffractions and related dualbeam splitting can be obtained at transmission through the nonsymmetric structures that represent two slabs of photonic crystal (PhC) separated by a single coupledcavity ... 
Dispersion irrelevant wideband asymmetric transmission in dielectric photonic crystal gratings
(Optical Society of America, 20121122)Wideband suppression of zero order and relevant strongly asymmetric transmission can be obtained in photonic crystal gratings that are made of linear isotropic materials and show the broken structural (axial) symmetry, ... 
Effect of growth pressure on coalescence thickness and crystal quality of GaN deposited on 4HSiC
(Elsevier, 20100925)The influence of growth pressure on the coalescence thickness and the crystal quality of GaN deposited on 4HSiC by low pressure metalorganic vapor phase epitaxy was studied. It was shown that growth pressure has an impact ... 
Effect of sample locations on computation of the exact scalar diffraction field (in English)
(IEEE, 2012)Computer generated holography is one of common methods to obtain threedimensional visualization. It can be explained by behavior of propagating waves and interference. To calculate the scalar diffraction pattern on a ... 
Exact solution for scalar diffraction between tilted and translated planes using impulse functions over a surface
(Optical Society of America, 20110204)The diffraction relation between a plane and another plane that is both tilted and translated with respect to the first one is revisited. The derivation of the result becomes easier when the impulse function over a surface ... 
Fast integral equation techniques for propagation problems
(IEEE, 200409)In this paper, the Method of Moments (MoM) solution is achieved for scattering problems by using the stationary Spectrally Accelerated ForwardBackward method (FBSA) and the nonstationary Spectrally Accelerated BiConjugate ... 
Fractional Fourier Optics
(Optical Society of America, 199504)There exists a fractional Fouriertransform relation between the amplitude distributions of light on two spherical surfaces of given radii and separation. The propagation of light can be viewed as a process of continual ... 
Fundamental structure of Fresnel diffraction: Longitudinal uniformity with respect to fractional Fourier order
(Optical Society of America, 20111224)Fresnel integrals corresponding to different distances can be interpreted as scaled fractional Fourier transformations observed on spherical reference surfaces. Transverse samples can be taken on these surfaces with ... 
Fundamental structure of Fresnel diffraction: natural sampling grid and the fractional Fourier transform
(Optical Society of America, 20110629)Fresnel integrals corresponding to different distances can be interpreted as scaled fractional Fourier transformations observed on spherical reference surfaces. We show that by judiciously choosing sample points on these ... 
Impulse functions over curves and surfaces and their applications to diffraction
(Elsevier Science & Technology, 20061001)An explicit preferred definition of impulse functions (Dirac delta functions) over lowerdimensional manifolds in RN is given in such a way to assure uniform concentration per geometric unit of the manifold. Some related ... 
Inertial imaging with nanomechanical systems
(Nature Publishing Group, 2015)Mass sensing with nanoelectromechanical systems has advanced significantly during the last decade. With nanoelectromechanical systems sensors it is now possible to carry out ultrasensitive detection of gaseous analytes, ...