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Photorefractive Materials and Their Applications 3

Applications

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This is the third and final volume of a three volumes book series devoted to photorefractive effects, photorefractive materials and their applications. Since the publication o


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Inhoudsopgave:
1 Introduction
1
Peter G nter and Jean-Pierre Huignard
2 Digital Holographic Memories
7
Lambertus Hesselink and Sergei S. Orlov
2.1 Introduction
7
2.2 Optical Architectures
8
2.3 Holographic Optics
11
2.4 Multiplexing Techniques
17
2.5 Holographic Recording Materials
21
2.6 Photorefractive Materials
22
2.7 Fixing of Holograms in Photorefractive Media
25
2.8 Systems Issues
30
2.9 Demonstration Platforms
32
3 The Transfer Function of Volume Holographic Optical Systems
51
George Barbastathis
3.1 Introduction
51
3.2 3D Spatial Heterodyning with Volume Holograms
52
3.3 Derivation of the Optical Response of Volume Holograms
56
3.4 Examples
58
3.5 Conclusions and Discussion
74
4 Photorefractive Memories for Optical Processing
77
M. Duelli, G. Montemezzani, M. Zgonik, and P G nter
4.1 Volumetric Optical Data Storage
79
4.2 Optical Pattern Recognition
94
4.3 Holographic Associative Memories
104
4.4 Photorefractive Materials as Volume Storage Media
109
4.5 Optical Correlators Using Photorefractive Crystals
120
4.6 All-Optical Nonlinear Associative Memories
122
4.7 Summary
128
5 True-Time-Delay Adaptive Array Processing Using Photorefractive Crystals
135
G.R. Kriehn and K. Wagner
5.1 Introduction to True-Time-Delay Array Processing
135
5.2 Output Time Delay and the BEAMTAP Algorithm
138
5.3 The Traveling-Fringes Detector
141
5.4 Photorefractive Volume Holography Using Polarization-Angle, Read Write Multiplexing
143
5.5 Experimental Implementation of BEAMTAP
158
5.6 Conclusion
166
6 Photorefractive Mesogenic Composites for Applications to Image Processing
169
Hiroshi Ono, Akira Emoto, and Nobuhiro Kawatsuki
6.1 Overview of Mesogenic Composites for Photorefractive Applications
169
6.2 Fundamental Properties of Photorefractive Mesogenic Composites for Image Processing
172
6.3 Applications to Image Processing
182
7 Solid-State Lasers with a Photorefractive Phase-Conjugate Mirror
193
T. Omatsu, M.J. Damzen, A. Minassian and K. Kuroda
7.1 Introduction
193
7.2 Optical Phase Conjugation for Solid-State Lasers
194
7.3 Phase-Conjugate Diode-Pumped Nd:YVO4 Laser Amplifiers
197
7.4 Phase-Conjugate Laser Resonator
209
7.5 Phase-Conjugate Laser Diode
212
7.6 Summary
219
8 Dynamic Holographic Interferometry: Devices and Applications
223
Philippe Lemaire and Marc Georges
8.1 Introduction: Historical Background
223
8.2 Requirements for Applicability of HI
226
8.3 Potentialities of Photorefractive Crystals for Holographic Interferometry
229
8.4 Holographic Camera with Continuous Laser Illumination for Scattering Objects
233
8.5 Holographic Cameras with Continuous Laser Illumination for Transparent Objects
242
8.6 Holographic Camera with Pulsed Lasers
244
8.7 Conclusion
249
9 Self-Organizing Laser Cavities
253
Gilles Pauliat, Nicolas Dubreuil, and G ld Roosen
9.1 Introduction
253
9.2 Self-Organizing Cavities with Adaptive Fabry-Perot Filters
254
9.3 Design of Self-Organizing Cavities with 4-Level Laser Amplifiers
263
9.4 Self-Organizing Cavities with Semiconductor Amplifiers
268
9.5 Self-Organizing Cavities Operating on the Transverse Structure
273
9.6 Conclusion
273
10 Slow and Fast Lights in Photorefractive Materials 277
Guoquan Zhang, Fang Bo, and Jingjun Xu
10.1 Dispersive Photorefractive Phase Coupling
278
10.2 Phase-Coupling-Induced Slow and Fast Lights
280
10.3 Experiments on Slow and Fast Lights in Photorefractive Materials
284
10.4 Slow and Fast Lights with a Stationary Refractive Index Grating
290
10.5 Prospects and Conclusions
292
11 Holographic Filters 295
Karsten Buse, Frank Havermeyer, Wenhai Liu, Christophe Moser and Demetri Psaltis
11.1 Introduction
295
11.2 Telecommunication Networks
297
11.3 Reflection Gratings
301
11.4 Material Issues
303
11.5 Holographic Recording
306
11.6 Devices
309
11.7 Summary and Outlook
317
12 Neutron Physics with Photorefractive Materials 321
Martin Fally, Christian Pruner Romano A. Rupp, and Gerhard Krexner
12.1 Basic Concepts
322
12.2 Materials
326
12.3 Experiments
329
12.4 Electro Neutron-Optics
341
12.5 Neutron Holography
345
12.6 Outlook and Summary
348
Index 355
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Januari 2007
658 gram
229 x 152 x 25 mm
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