Abstract

Synthetic discriminant functions (SDFs) made using Fresnel lens-encoded binary phase-only filters are shown to yield increased performance relative to SDFs constructed using conventional binary phase-only filters. We present both computer simulations and experimental results in which these SDFs are written onto the magnetooptic spatial light modulator.

© 1990 Optical Society of America

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