Caos Análisis à base de Teoria de Vignetting Ótico em Holografia Comparativa Digital (Chaotic Analysis of Optical Vignetting in Digital Comparative Holography)

M Hossein Ahmadzadegan (hossein_classicguy@yahoo.com)1, Tapio Fabritius (tapio.fabritias@ee.oulu.fi)1, Mirela Sechi Moretti Annoni Notare (mirela@ieee.org)2


1University of Oulu
2IEEE R9

This paper appears in: Revista IEEE América Latina

Publication Date: March 2014
Volume: 12,   Issue: 2 
ISSN: 1548-0992


Abstract:
digital comparative holography is a commonly used method for checking the body or contortion of two corresponding entities with diverse micro architecture. Spatial Light Modulator (SLM) is deployed for illumination of the entity with the master entity's mask; In addition to this, test entity misalignments can be fixed thoroughly. It is also critical to investigate the deformation of entities through SLM. The chaos theory is a complex and important mathematical theory that addresses the impact of seemingly insignificant factors. The chaos theory name is derived from the idea that the theory can bring about a definition for chaotic or random processes. In this paper a novel approach has been taken in such a way that the phenomenon of optical vignetting is precisely demonstrated and explained by the conditions together with criteria's of chaos theory.

Index Terms:
digital comparative holography, optical vignetting, chaos theory, spatial light modulator   


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