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Imaging and applied optics: introduction to the feature issue.

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Summary of "Imaging and applied optics: introduction to the feature issue."

This special issue of Applied Optics contains selected papers from OSA's Imaging Congress with particular emphasis on work from mathematics in imaging, computational optical sensing and imaging, imaging systems and applications, and 3D image acquisition and display.

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Name: Applied optics
ISSN: 1539-4522
Pages: IAO1-IAO2

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