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Holographic imaging and aberrations due to an incorrectly repositioned hologram in a system with lenses having aberrations

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Abstract

The first-, second-, and third-order asymmetric aberrations of a lens–hologram system are studied. The system consists of lenses with aberrations in both the object and the reference beams and the image is reconstructed with the reverse of the plane-wave reference beam with aberrations. During reconstruction, the hologram may be displaced from the recording position. The analysis utilizes coordinate transformations, wavefront analysis, and the angle eikonal.

© 1973 Optical Society of America

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