Laser speckle and related phenomena
US$5.00 US$30.00Title (user) : Laser speckle and related phenomenaISBN : 0387074988,9780387074986DDC : 535.5/8LCC : TA1677 .L37GoogleBook ID : --NRAAAAMAAJOpenLibrary ID : OL5208561MSeries : Topics in applied physicsAuthors (user) : J. C. DaintyAuthors (google) : J. C. DaintyP...
Title (user) : Laser speckle and related phenomena
ISBN : 0387074988,9780387074986
DDC : 535.5/8
LCC : TA1677 .L37
GoogleBook ID : --NRAAAAMAAJ
OpenLibrary ID : OL5208561M
Series : Topics in applied physics
Authors (user) : J. C. Dainty
Authors (google) : J. C. Dainty
Publisher : Springer
Language : English
Publication Date : 1976
Scanned : yes (600 DPI)
File Format : djvu
Categories : Science
Description (user) :
Contents: Dainty, J. C.: Introduction. - Goodman, J. W.: Statistical Properties of Laser Speckle Patterns. - Parry, G.: Speckle Patterns in Partially Coherent Light. - McKechnie, T. S.: Speckle Reduction. - Francon, M.: Information Processing Using Speckle Patterns. - Ennos, A. E.: Speckle Interferometry. - Dainty, J. C.: Stellar Speckle Interferometry. - Dainty, J. C.: Recent Developments. - Subject Index.
Description (google) :
A comprehensive introduction to the burgeoning field of photonics The field of photonics is finding increasing applications across a broad range of industries. While many other books provide an overview of the subject, Fundamentals of Light Sources and Lasers closes a clear gap in the current literature by concentrating on the principles of laser operation as well as providing coverage of important concepts necessary to fully understand the principles involved. The scope of the book includes everything a professional needs to get up to speed in the field, as well as all the material necessary to serve as an excellent introductory laser course for students. Ideal for self–study as well as structured coursework, the book offers thorough coverage of: ∗ The nature of light and atomic emission ∗ Basic quantum mechanics and laser processes ∗ Cavity optics, fast–pulse production, and nonlinear optical phenomena ∗ Laser technology, including visible gas lasers, UV gas lasers, infrared gas lasers, solid–state lasers, semiconductor lasers and tunable dye lasers Extensive real–world case studies are included to help readers appreciate the practical applications of the material covered. ∗An Instructor′s Manual presenting detailed solutions to all the problems in the book is available from the Wiley editorial department.