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Meso-optics : foundations and applications, L.M. Soroko

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Meso-optics
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L.M. Soroko
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Meso-optics : foundations and applications, L.M. Soroko
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  • Ch. 1. Introduction and survey -- ch. 2. Axicons and conical waves. 2.1. Conical waves and meso-optics. 2.2. Axicons. 2.3. Side-lobes of the meso-optical image. 2.4. General theory of axicons. 2.5. Computer-generated holograms. 2.6. Kinoforms and focusators. 2.7. Description of the conical waves. 2.8. Exotic meso-optical elements. 2.9. Applications of axicons -- ch. 3. Meso-optical elements with ring response. 3.1. Introduction. 3.2. Meso-optical fourier transform microscope (MFTM). 3.3. Sagittal section of the MFTM. 3.4. Convolution kernel of the MFTM. 3.5. Meso-optical moire-effect. 3.6. MFTM with one-channel photodetectors. 3.7. Some other designs of the MFTM. 3.8. Isoplanatic systems in meso-optics. 3.9. Problem of depth-of-focus in meso-optics. 3.10. Another systems of the line detection. 3.11. Applications
  • Ch. 4. Diffraction free wavefields. 4.1. Introduction. 4.2. Bessel-Gauss beams. 4.3. Darkness in optics. 4.4. Darkness in meso-optics. 4.5. Longitudinal interference of the conical wavefields. 4.6. Production of diffraction-free waves -- ch. 5. Localized electromagnetic waves. 5.1. Introduction. 5.2. Light beams and complex-source point method. 5.3. Focus wave modes. 5.4. Bidirectional representation. 5.5. Localized Gaussian fields. 5.6. Localized Bessel-Gauss fields. 5.7. Experimental verification. 5.8. Localized waves for the Klein-Gordon equation. 5.9. Approximate focus wave modes. 5.10. Electromagnetic "missiles" and "bullets" -- ch. 6. Gravitational lens. 6.1. Introduction. 6.2. General theory. 6.3. Moving gravitational lens. 6.4. Examples of the gravitational lens. 6.5. Gravitational lens as a beamsplitter. 6.6. Gravitational micro-lensing. 6.7. Caustics. 6.8. Parallax effect. 6.9. Optical depth. 6.10. Binaries and planetary systems. 6.11. Applications
  • Ch. 7. Inverse meso-optics. 7.1. Introduction. 7.2. Undulator radiation. 7.3. Meso-optical undulator. 7.4. Self-focusing undulator-wiggler. 7.5. Undulator with apodized spectral lines. 7.6. Interference of synchrotron radiation. 7.7. Meso-optical Cherenkov gas counter -- ch. 8. Meso-optics and micro-tomography. 8.1. Modern microscopes for 3D viewing. 8.2. Methods of light sectioning. 8.3. Confocal scanning microscope. 8.4. Microscope with rotating oblique illumination. 8.5. Meso-optical microscopes as tomographic devices. 8.6. Meso-optical confocal microscopes. 8.7. New stereo-microscope
  • Ch. 9. Meso-optical metrological devices. 9.1. Traditional testing of the conical surfaces. 9.2. Meso-optical conicometers. 9.3. Meso-optical interferometer. 9.4. Meso-optical profilometers. 9.5. Meso-optical keratometer. 9.6. Informational content of the high order diffraction pattern. 9.7. Meso-optical microscope of high productivity for vertical particle tracks. 9.8. Caustic meso-optical confocal microscope for vertical particle tracks -- ch. 10. History of meso-optics. 10.1. From big bang to the gravitational lens. 10.2. Ancient history -- Middle ages -- XX century. 10.3. Diastoloscope. 10.4. Theory of the gravitational lens. 10.5. Meso-optics. 10.6. Diffraction free wavefields. 10.7. Localized wavefields
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