Abstract

Applied Optics presents three special issues to end its retrospective of Applied Optics’ 50 years. The special issues are interference, interferometry, and phase; imaging, optical processing, and telecommunications; and polarization and scattering. The issues, which contain 19 commemorative reviews from some of the journal’s luminaries, are summarized.

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