THEORY OF COHERENT FOCUSERS

V. A. Danilov, . . Kinber, A. V. Shishlov

Abstract:
Two types of focusers are compared—one having the previously employed "integral" definition of intensity, and the other using a local definition and referred to as a coherent focuser. The solution of both problems reduces to integration of ordinary differential equations.

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