Abstract

The ideal photographic material in holography would have a linear relationship between amplitude transmittance and exposure. Here we study the case where this relationship can be described instead by a polynomial. This nonlinearity in reconstruction gives rise to some extra images, autocorrelations, autocon-solutions, and ambiguity functions of the object, which may be found superposed on normal images, or spatially separated both laterally and in depth.

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