Abstract

In connection with our recently published article Appl. Opt. 56, 7024 (2017) [CrossRef]  , a simple but important correction is presented.

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In the vertical axes of Fig. 7, the (1/10000) of Modified-CPR or M-CPR should be corrected as (%).

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Fig. 7.

In addition, it should be noted that, in Table 2 of Ref. [1], CPRav are the percentage values, and their corresponding standard deviations σ(%) have a relation with the standard deviations as follows,

σ(%)=σ/CPRav×100.
The modified cross-polarization ratio, M-CPR, shown in Fig. 7 are calculated as follows,
M-CPR=CPRav×σ=CPRav×CPRav×σ(%)/100.

Reference

1. L. Liu and K. Nonaka, “Beam diameter thresholds as applying light depolarization for effective submicron and micron root mean square roughness evaluation,” Appl. Opt. 56, 7024–7032 (2017). [CrossRef]  

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  1. L. Liu and K. Nonaka, “Beam diameter thresholds as applying light depolarization for effective submicron and micron root mean square roughness evaluation,” Appl. Opt. 56, 7024–7032 (2017).
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σ ( % ) = σ / CPR av × 100 .
M - CPR = CPR av × σ = CPR av × CPR av × σ ( % ) / 100 .

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