About: Speckle imaging is a(n) research topic. Over the lifetime, 3730 publication(s) have been published within this topic receiving 62354 citation(s).
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01 Jan 1975
TL;DR: Dainty et al. as mentioned in this paper described statistical properties of laser speckle patterns and proposed a method to reduce the number of sparseness of the laser beam in Partially Coherent Light (PCL).
Abstract: 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.
31 Mar 1983
TL;DR: In this article, the authors present a technique for shape measurements using holographic and speckle pattern interferometry techniques, based on the concept of correlation interferometrics.
Abstract: Preface to the first edition Preface to the second edition 1. Basic optical principles 2. Holographic interferometry 3. Speckle pattern interferometry 4. Electronic speckle pattern correlation interferometry 5. Holographic and speckle pattern interferometry techniques for shape measurements 6. Experimental design and technique 7. Applications Appendices References Index.
01 Jan 1981-Progress in Optics
TL;DR: In this article, the authors discuss the effects of atmospheric turbulence in optical astronomy, summarizes the present state of the theory, reviews the experimental checks that have been made, and discusses the implications in the domain of astronomical observations.
Abstract: Publisher Summary This chapter discusses the effects of atmospheric turbulence in optical astronomy, summarizes the present state of the theory, reviews the experimental checks that have been made, and discusses the implications in the domain of astronomical observations. Diffraction limited resolution has been obtained with large telescopes up to magnitude 13 by means of speckle interferometry. A Michelson interferometer is already working in the visible on a 20 m baseline up to magnitude 4, and many projects are nearing completion. However, such technological progress can be useful only if accurate quantitative measurements prove to be feasible through atmospheric turbulence. In addition, much work remains to be done before achieving a full understanding of atmospheric effects. The relationship between isoplanicity or speckle boiling and the structure of the atmosphere is still not clear.
•18 Mar 1996
TL;DR: In this article, Fourier and Statistical Optics Fourier Optics statistical Optics Turbulence Effects on Imaging Systems Index of Refraction Fluctuations in the Atmosphere Statistics of Index of Reconstant Fluctuation Wave Propagation through Random Media First-Order Turbulences Effects on Incoherent Imaging Modal Expansions of Phase Perturbation Phase Screen Generation Speckle Imaging Techniques Introduction Overview of Speckles Imaging SpeckLE Interferometry Fourier Phase Estimation Techniques Image Reconstruction for Specksle Imaging Conclusion Adaptive Optical Imaging Systems Introduction Factors
Abstract: Introduction Overview of the Problem Area Historical Overview of Imaging Through Turbulence Overview of the Book Background: Fourier and Statistical Optics Fourier Optics Statistical Optics Turbulence Effects on Imaging Systems Index of Refraction Fluctuations in the Atmosphere Statistics of Index of Refraction Fluctuations Wave Propagation through Random Media First-Order Turbulence Effects on Incoherent Imaging Modal Expansions of Phase Perturbation Phase Screen Generation Speckle Imaging Techniques Introduction Overview of Speckle Imaging Speckle Interferometry Fourier Phase Estimation Techniques Image Reconstruction for Speckle Imaging Conclusion Adaptive Optical Imaging Systems Introduction Factors that Degrade AOI Systems Performance Adaptive Optical System Components and Models AOI System Performance Modeling Summary Hybrid Imaging Techniques Introduction Deconvolution from Wavefront Sensing Methods Involving Adaptive Optics Conclusion Index
15 Sep 1985-Applied Optics
TL;DR: One application of phase-shifting techniques to speckle interferometry is finding the phase of deformations, where up to ten waves of wavefront deformation can easily be measured.
Abstract: Speckle patterns have high frequency phase data, which make it difficult to find the absolute phase of a single speckle pattern; however, the phase of the difference between two correlated speckle patterns can be determined. This is done by applying phase-shifting techniques to speckle interferometry, which will quantitatively determine the phase of double-exposure speckle measurements. The technique uses computer control to take data and calculate phase without an intermediate recording step. The randomness of the speckle causes noisy data points which are removed by data processing routines. One application of this technique is finding the phase of deformations, where up to ten waves of wavefront deformation can easily be measured. Results of deformations caused by tilt of a metal plate and a disbond in a honeycomb structure brazed to an aluminum plate are shown.
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