Updated December 19, 2001, 1:30PM
Due to privacy concerns, grades will not be publicly
posted. You should be able to access your grade from Bearfacts. If you have any
problems with that, I will send you your grade upon your request.
homeworks and project papers can be found outside my office, 508 Cory. The class
secretary, Chris Colbert has the graded final exams in 275 Cory. You can
look at your exam and copy it if you wish, but Chris will keep the original. I
will consider any requests to regrade exams after January 2. The exam solutions
are posted below.
Office Hours to answer exam questions: Wed., Dec. 12,
9:30-10:30AM, Thurs., Dec. 13, 9:30-10:30AM, Fri., Dec. 13, 1PM-2PM
- For 2(c), assume that h1 is even, i.e. h1(x,y)
= h1(-x, -y)
Final Exam Solutions
End of Semester Schedule:
Project Presentations will be on Nov. 28, and 29 from 5:00-6:30 PM.
Room to be announced here later.
Project written reports are due at my office, 508 Cory, at 5:00PM on Friday,
The take-home final will be posted on this web site on Friday, Dec. 7, and
will be due at 508 Cory, at 5:00PM on Friday, Dec. 14.
Class Project Proposals are due November 1, 2001
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Lecture: Tue. & Thu. 9:30AM - 11:00AM,
299 Cory Hall
This course deals with the diffraction theory of imaging, including partial
coherence and aberrations. Topics include Fresnel and Fraunhofer approximations,
Fourier transform property of lenses, frequency analysis of imaging systems,
aberrations and Zernike polynomials, interferometry, partial coherence
and fringe visibility, propagation of mutual coherence, van Cittert-Zernike
theorem, effect of illumination on image formation, Hopkins imaging formula,
holography. Application areas to be discussed include wavefront engineering
in photolithography, computer generated holograms, and image processing.