Holographic and speckle interferometry : a discussion of the theory, practice, and application of the techniques /

Holographic and speckle interferometry are optical techniques which use lasers to make non-contracting field view measurements at a sensitivity of the wavelength of light on optically rough (i.e. non-mirrored) surfaces. They may be used to measure static or dynamic displacements, the shape of object...

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Main Authors: Jones, Robert, 1946- (Author), Wykes, Catherine, 1944- (Author)
Format: eBook
Published: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1989.
Edition:Second edition.
Series:Cambridge studies in modern optics ; 6.
Online Access:CONNECT