Introduction to Aberrations in Optical Imaging Systems

Author: José Sasián
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9781107006331
Release Date: 2013
Genre: Science

An accessible, well presented introduction to the theory of optical aberrations, covering key topics that are often missing from comparable books.

Optical Imaging and Aberrations Ray geometrical optics

Author: Virendra N. Mahajan
Publisher: SPIE Press
ISBN: 081942515X
Release Date: 1998-01-01
Genre: Science

This book examines how aberrations arise in optical systems and how they affect optical wave propagation and imaging based on geometrical and physical optics. It focuses on concepts, physical insight, and mathematical simplicity, intended for students and professionals. Figures and drawings illustrate concepts and enhance readability. This book is useful as a textbook, reference, or tutorial.

Introduction to Design of Optical Systems

Author: Dimitar Popmintchev
Release Date: 2018-04-10
Genre: Science

This textbook is devoted to the fundamentals of optical system design and analysis. It is part of series on applied optics covering the math and theory of the Optical phenomena. This book starts will short overview of the wave optics and transitions to the theory of geometric optics and its limitations. It is self-contained and only basics of Fourier optics are covered that relate to applications and design of optical and imaging systems. The third chapter covers concepts of simple imaging systems. The last fourth chapter, discusses the theory of third order aberrations. The text is more appropriate for researchers, grad students, undergrad students, with interests in the realm of Optics. The series is written in language that is accessible for large audience, however, calculus is highly recommended as it goes in depth discussing the topics. It does not cover the use of specific raytracing software for optimization. Length: 201 pages 80 figures in color

Advanced Optical Imaging Theory

Author: Min Gu
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 9783540484714
Release Date: 2013-06-05
Genre: Technology & Engineering

Optical microscopy and associated technologies have advanced rapidly along with laser technology. These techniques have stimulated further development of the optical imaging theory, including 3-dimensional microscopy imaging theory, the theory of imaging with ultrashort pulsed beam illumination and the aberration theory for high numerical-aperture objectives. This book introduces these new theories in modern optical microscopy, providing comparisons with classical imaging as appropriate.

Optical Imaging and Microscopy

Author: Peter Török
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 9783540695653
Release Date: 2007-08-17
Genre: Technology & Engineering

This text on contemporary optical systems is intended for optical researchers and engineers, graduate students and optical microscopists in the biological and biomedical sciences. In three sections, the book discusses high-aperture optical systems, nonlinear optical techniques, and various techniques that are finding new applications. The new second edition has been thoroughly revised and expanded to account for new advances in fluorescence imaging and diffractive optical lenses.

Introduction to optics and optical imaging

Author: R. Jacob Baker
Publisher: Wiley-IEEE Press
ISBN: 078033440X
Release Date: 1998
Genre: Science

"With a focus on providing a working knowledge of optical systems and their principles of operation, this book employs today's most important methods for optical analysis: geometrical ray optics, raction integral techniques, and the Abbe plane wave spectrum technique. This thoughtfully organized text uses fundamental electromagnetics as its underlying framework, allowing for a comprehensive understanding of both classical and modern optics theory. Understanding the theories presented in this book is an essential step for readers who want to produce effective design using current software. The author has carefully incorporated practical mathematics throughoutfor readers who want to further their analytical understanding of the material. INTRODUCTION TO OPTICS AND OPTICAL IMAGING will be an indispensable guide for advanced undergraduate engineering students, practicing engineers, and optical scientists seeking a comprehensive background in physical optics."

Introduction to Fourier Optics

Author: Joseph W. Goodman
Publisher: Roberts and Company Publishers
ISBN: 0974707724
Release Date: 2005-01-01
Genre: Family & Relationships

Fourier analysis is a ubiquitous tool that has found application to diverse areas of physics and engineering. This book deals with its applications in optics, and in particular with applications to diffraction, imaging, optical data processing and holography. This book can be used as an upper level textbook to satisfy the needs of several different types of courses.

Aberration Theory Made Simple

Author: Virendra N. Mahajan
Publisher: SPIE Press
ISBN: 0819405361
Release Date: 1991-01-01
Genre: Technology & Engineering

This book provides a clear, concise, and consistent exposition of what aberrations are, how they arise in optical imaging systems, and how they affect the quality of images formed by them. The emphasis of the book is on physical insight, problem solving, and numerical results, and the text is intended for engineers and scientists who have a need and a desire for a deeper and better understanding of aberrations and their role in optical imaging and wave propagation. Some knowledge of Gaussian optics and an appreciation for aberrations would be useful but is not required.

Introduction to Color Imaging Science

Author: Hsien-Che Lee
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1139444557
Release Date: 2005-02-24
Genre: Computers

Colour imaging technology has become almost ubiquitous in modern life in the form of monitors, liquid crystal screens, colour printers, scanners, and digital cameras. This book is a comprehensive guide to the scientific and engineering principles of colour imaging. It covers the physics of light and colour, how the eye and physical devices capture colour images, how colour is measured and calibrated, and how images are processed. It stresses physical principles and includes a wealth of real-world examples. The book will be of value to scientists and engineers in the colour imaging industry and, with homework problems, can also be used as a text for graduate courses on colour imaging.

Imaging Through Turbulence

Author: Michael C. Roggemann
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781351439305
Release Date: 2018-02-06
Genre: Technology & Engineering

Learn how to overcome resolution limitations caused by atmospheric turbulence in Imaging Through Turbulence. This hands-on book thoroughly discusses the nature of turbulence effects on optical imaging systems, techniques used to overcome these effects, performance analysis methods, and representative examples of performance. Neatly pulling together widely scattered material, it covers Fourier and statistical optics, turbulence effects on imaging systems, simulation of turbulence effects and correction techniques, speckle imaging, adaptive optics, and hybrid imaging. Imaging Through Turbulence is written in tutorial style, logically guiding you through these essential topics. It helps you bring down to earth the complexities of coping with turbulence.

Quantitative Imaging in Cell Biology

Publisher: Academic Press
ISBN: 9780124202016
Release Date: 2014-06-25
Genre: Science

This new volume, number 123, of Methods in Cell Biology looks at methods for quantitative imaging in cell biology. It covers both theoretical and practical aspects of using optical fluorescence microscopy and image analysis techniques for quantitative applications. The introductory chapters cover fundamental concepts and techniques important for obtaining accurate and precise quantitative data from imaging systems. These chapters address how choice of microscope, fluorophores, and digital detector impact the quality of quantitative data, and include step-by-step protocols for capturing and analyzing quantitative images. Common quantitative applications, including co-localization, ratiometric imaging, and counting molecules, are covered in detail. Practical chapters cover topics critical to getting the most out of your imaging system, from microscope maintenance to creating standardized samples for measuring resolution. Later chapters cover recent advances in quantitative imaging techniques, including super-resolution and light sheet microscopy. With cutting-edge material, this comprehensive collection is intended to guide researchers for years to come. Covers sections on model systems and functional studies, imaging-based approaches and emerging studies Chapters are written by experts in the field Cutting-edge material

Optical Shop Testing

Author: Daniel Malacara
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470135964
Release Date: 2007-08-03
Genre: Science

The purpose of this third edition is to bring together in a single book descriptions of all tests carried out in the optical shop that are applicable to optical components and systems. This book is intended for the specialist as well as the non-specialist engaged in optical shop testing. There is currently a great deal of research being done in optical engineering. Making this new edition very timely.

The Optical Transfer Function of Imaging Systems

Author: Thomas Williams
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 0750305991
Release Date: 1998-12-23
Genre: Technology & Engineering

The Optical Transfer Function of Imaging Systems deals extensively with the theoretical concept of the optical transfer function (OTF), its measurement, and application to imaging devices. The OTF is a mathematical entity describing how well the subject is transferred into an image via the lens. The book focuses on the practical aspects of using and measuring the OTF. It presents the background physics necessary to understand and assess the performance of the great proliferation of electro-optical systems, including image intensifiers, video cameras, and thermal imagers. Assuming a senior undergraduate level of optics knowledge, the book is suitable for graduate courses in optics, electro-optics, and photographic science. In addition, it is a practical guide for systems designers who require a means of assessing and specifying the performance of imaging systems. It is also of interest to physicists and engineers working in all areas of imaging.

Introduction to the Optical Transfer Function

Author: Charles Sumner Williams
Publisher: SPIE Press
ISBN: 0819443360
Release Date: 1989
Genre: Science

Originally published by Wiley in 1989, this timeless classic provides a well-illustrated treatment of the fundamental concepts of spatial frequency, spread function, wave aberration, and transfer function--and how these concepts are related in an optical system, how they are measured and calculated, and how they may be useful.