Measurement of three-dimensional wavefronts using the Ichikawa-Lohmann-Takeda solution to the irradiance transport equation.

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Summary of "Measurement of three-dimensional wavefronts using the Ichikawa-Lohmann-Takeda solution to the irradiance transport equation."

In this paper, we use the irradiance transport equation and the Fourier transform-based experimental solution given by Ichikawa-Lohmann-Takeda. We analyze experimental factors such as the digital filter, the introduced error for the rotation and period of the Ronchi ruling, and a new method is demonstrated for the measurement of 3D wavefront information.


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Name: Applied optics
ISSN: 1539-4522
Pages: 4316-4321


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