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Characterizing optical surfaces using the area structure function

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The area structure function (ASF) spatially characterizes surfaces of any arbitrary aperture over all frequencies, while retaining information on the isotropic nature of the surface. Calculation and interpretations of ASFs are shown

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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