Published: Jan 1984
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The basic parameters of both single lens imaging and two-lens imaging systems are discussed with particular emphasis on resolution and depth of field. Holographic methods of imaging particulate volumes are described and illustrated together with some current examples. The extension of the holographic method to the simultaneous measurement of both size and velocity is included.
image formation, holography, total diffraction measurement
Dean, College of Engineering and Applied Science, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY