Optical-coordinate transformation methods and optical-interconnection architectures
Optical Society of America
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The analogy between optical one-to-one point transformations and optical one-to-one interconnections is discussed. Methods for performing both operations are reviewed and compared. The multifacet and multistage architectures have the flexibility to implement any arbitrary one-to-one transformation or interconnection pattern. The former would be preferred for low-cost and low-resolution applications, whereas the latter would be preferred for high-cost and high-performance applications.
Holographic optical elements
Published Version (Please cite this version)http://dx.doi.org/10.1364/AO.32.005119
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