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New material on computerized optical processes, computerized ray tracing, and the fast Fourier transform, Bibre-Bragg sensors, and temporal phase unwrapping. * New introductory sections to all chapters. * Detailed discussion on lasers and laser principles, including an introduction to radiometry and photometry. * Thorough coverage of the CCD camera.Content: Chapter 1 Basics (pages 1–14): Chapter 2 Gaussian Optics (pages 15–35): Chapter 3 Interference (pages 37–65): Chapter 4 Diffraction (pages 67–97): Chapter 5 Light Sources and Detectors (pages 99–145): Chapter 6 Holography (pages 147–171): Chapter 7 Moire Methods. Triangulation (pages 173–192): Chapter 8 Speckle Methods (pages 193–216): Chapter 9 Photoelasticity and Polarized Light (pages 217–247): Chapter 10 Digital Image Processing (pages 249–267): Chapter 11 Fringe Analysis (pages 269–296): Chapter 12 Computerized Optical Processes (pages 297–306): Chapter 13 Fibre Optics in Metrology (pages 307–324):
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