Fourier optics, being a staple of optical design and analysis for over 50 years, has produced many new applications in recent years. In this text, Bob Tyson presents the fundamentals of Fourier optics with sufficient detail to educate the reader, typically an advanced student or working scientist or engineer, to the level of applying the knowledge to a specific set of design or analysis problems. Instead of presenting complex multipage proofs the key results are presented with appropriate literature references, before proceeding to look at modern applications. This allows readers to take away a solid appreciation of the principles to enable them to appreciate the range of applications and be able to start using Fourier optics in their research or industrial work. Well aware that many of the mathematical techniques used in the field can now be solved digitally, the book will point to those methods or applicable computer software available to the reader.
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Robert Tyson is a Fellow of SPIE and professor emeritus at the Department of Physics and Optical Sciences, University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Before joining the faculty of UNC Robert worked in the aerospace industry (United Technologies Corporation and Schafer Corporation) for over 20 years. Working in the field of atmospheric propagation and adaptive optics, he have authored seven books in adaptive optics at various levels as well as graduated a number of master's and PhD students whose research was in physical (or Fourier) optics.
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