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  1. M. M. Thompson, Ed., Manual of Photogrammetry (American Society of Photogrammetry, 1966).
  2. S. H. Collins, Canadian Surveyor 22, 167 (1968).
  3. T. J. Blachut, M. C. van Wijk, Photogrammetric Eng. 36, 365 (1970).
  4. T. J. Blachut, “Mapping and Photointerpretation System Based on Stereo-orthophotos,” National Research Council of Canada, Publication NRC 12281 (1971).
  5. Vectograph is a registered trademark of Polaroid Corp., Cambridge, Mass.
  6. G. B. Brandt, Appl. Opt. 8, 1421 (1969).
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  7. H. J. Caulfield, Appl. Opt. 9, 1218 (1970).
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  8. M. K. Kurtz, N. Balasubramanian, E. M. Mikhail, W. H. Stevenson, “Study of Potential Applications of Holographic Techniques to Mapping,” U.S. Army Eng. Topographic Lab., Res. Inst. Report ETL-CR-71-17 (1971).

1970 (2)

T. J. Blachut, M. C. van Wijk, Photogrammetric Eng. 36, 365 (1970).

H. J. Caulfield, Appl. Opt. 9, 1218 (1970).
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1969 (1)

1968 (1)

S. H. Collins, Canadian Surveyor 22, 167 (1968).

Balasubramanian, N.

M. K. Kurtz, N. Balasubramanian, E. M. Mikhail, W. H. Stevenson, “Study of Potential Applications of Holographic Techniques to Mapping,” U.S. Army Eng. Topographic Lab., Res. Inst. Report ETL-CR-71-17 (1971).

Blachut, T. J.

T. J. Blachut, M. C. van Wijk, Photogrammetric Eng. 36, 365 (1970).

T. J. Blachut, “Mapping and Photointerpretation System Based on Stereo-orthophotos,” National Research Council of Canada, Publication NRC 12281 (1971).

Brandt, G. B.

Caulfield, H. J.

Collins, S. H.

S. H. Collins, Canadian Surveyor 22, 167 (1968).

Kurtz, M. K.

M. K. Kurtz, N. Balasubramanian, E. M. Mikhail, W. H. Stevenson, “Study of Potential Applications of Holographic Techniques to Mapping,” U.S. Army Eng. Topographic Lab., Res. Inst. Report ETL-CR-71-17 (1971).

Mikhail, E. M.

M. K. Kurtz, N. Balasubramanian, E. M. Mikhail, W. H. Stevenson, “Study of Potential Applications of Holographic Techniques to Mapping,” U.S. Army Eng. Topographic Lab., Res. Inst. Report ETL-CR-71-17 (1971).

Stevenson, W. H.

M. K. Kurtz, N. Balasubramanian, E. M. Mikhail, W. H. Stevenson, “Study of Potential Applications of Holographic Techniques to Mapping,” U.S. Army Eng. Topographic Lab., Res. Inst. Report ETL-CR-71-17 (1971).

van Wijk, M. C.

T. J. Blachut, M. C. van Wijk, Photogrammetric Eng. 36, 365 (1970).

Appl. Opt. (2)

Canadian Surveyor (1)

S. H. Collins, Canadian Surveyor 22, 167 (1968).

Photogrammetric Eng. (1)

T. J. Blachut, M. C. van Wijk, Photogrammetric Eng. 36, 365 (1970).

Other (4)

T. J. Blachut, “Mapping and Photointerpretation System Based on Stereo-orthophotos,” National Research Council of Canada, Publication NRC 12281 (1971).

Vectograph is a registered trademark of Polaroid Corp., Cambridge, Mass.

M. K. Kurtz, N. Balasubramanian, E. M. Mikhail, W. H. Stevenson, “Study of Potential Applications of Holographic Techniques to Mapping,” U.S. Army Eng. Topographic Lab., Res. Inst. Report ETL-CR-71-17 (1971).

M. M. Thompson, Ed., Manual of Photogrammetry (American Society of Photogrammetry, 1966).

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Fig. 1
Fig. 1

Image plane multiplex recording of stereo-orthophoto pair T0, Ts. T0, Ts are recorded successively in different positions upon the same emulsion at plane H. O, R object and reference wavefronts, respectively, are derived from the same coherent light source by beam splitter optics not shown. Reference beam R impinges at the angle shown in Fig. 2. L is an imaging lens of focal length f (1/d1 + 1/d2 = 1/f). Sx: aperture stop in X direction, M0, Ms: multiplexing masks for T0, Ts, respectively (optional, see text), D: axial separation of successive exposures approximates human eye spacing.

Fig. 2
Fig. 2

Elevation view of Fig. 3. R is the direction of the recording reference beam while Rc is the conjugate direction.

Fig. 3
Fig. 3

Reconstruction of the stereo-orthophoto pair from Fig. 1 in reflected white light. The reconstruction is planar in the hologram plane H. W is a white light source, r the reflecting layer. LL, LR are the reconstructed real images of the stopped imaging lens used in Fig. 1. Rc is the direction of the conjugate to the reference beam used in recording.

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