Abstract

The scaled fractional Fourier transform is suggested and is implemented optically by one lens for different values of ϕ and output scale. In addition, physically it relates the FRT with the general lens transform—the optical diffraction between two asymmetrically positioned planes before and after a lens.

© 1997 Optical Society of America

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