Abstract

A theory of optical sectioning by image plane holography is developed, emphasizing the use of broad-spectrum holographic methods to enhance the process. It is shown that a broad-spectrum source in a grating interferometer imitates the behavior of a monochromatic broad source.

© 2003 Optical Society of America

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