Abstract

Fourier transforms have been widely recognized and applied to optical information processing. To name a few, optical correlators, spatial filtering, and Fourier transform holography are based on the Fourier transform property of a lens. In this paper, we will review some approaches using Fourier transform that are not widely discussed.

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