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Three-dimensional Polarization Ray Tracing and Diattenuation Calculation

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A three-by-three polarization ray tracing matrix P for calculating polarization transformations associated with ray paths through optical systems is presented. Diattenuation of the optical system is calculated via singular value decomposition of the P matrix.

© 2010 OSA, SPIE

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