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N. Abramson, Verkstäderna 63, 125 (1968).

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N. Abramson, “The Engineering Uses of Holography,” Strathclyde 1968. The printed paper was distributed to the 260 participants during conference. The proceedings were published in book form (Cambridge U.P., London, 1970, p. 45).

R. L. Kurtz, U.S. Patent3,535,014 (filed February1969).

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Fig. 1
Fig. 1

The holo-diagram of Ref. 5. A is the point from which the divergent laser beam originates, B is the center-of the photographic plate, C is the object, and M is the reference mirror.

Fig. 2
Fig. 2

One ellipse. Y represents the direction of maximal sensitivity to motion, X represents the direction of zero sensitivity, R represents one of many acceptable displacement vectors, and R1 represents the radius of maximum acceptable random vectors. R1 = 0.125 λ.

Fig. 3
Fig. 3

Two orthogonal ellipses. X and Y represent direction of zero sensitivity to motion, R represents one of many acceptable displacement vectors, and R1 represents the radius of maximum acceptable random vectors. R1 = 20.5 × 0.125 λ.

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