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Nonlinear processing of the interferogram in Fourier spectroscopy

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The transform method of Bennett and Rice is used to obtain the output spectrum of a nonlinearly processed interferogram. The interferogram of a multi-element spectrum is considered as band-limited Gaussian noise. The theory is applied to nonlinear processing in holographic Fourier spectroscopy and inverse Fourier spectroscopy and to digital processing in conventional Fourier spectroscopy.

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