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Course: Optical Information Processing

Department/Abbreviation: OPT/OZI

Year: 2019

Guarantee: 'prof. Mgr. Jaroslav Řeháček, Ph.D.'

Annotation: Principles of Fourier optics and optical information processing.

Course review:
1. 2D Fourier analysis , linear systems, properties of Fourier transform. 2. Scalar diffraction theory. 3. Free space propagation: response and transfer functions. 4. Wave-optics analysis of coherent optical systems. 5. Frequency analysis of optical imaging systems. 6. Light modulation: silver gelatin emulsion, SLM, nematic crystals, magnetooptics, deformable optical elements, diffractive optics, binary optics. 7. Optical signal processors: phase contrast, coherent and incoherent processors, holographic filters. 8. Applications I: pattern recognition, neural networks, image reconstruction, Wiener filter. 9. Applications II: synthetic aperture radar, fast spectral analyzer. 10. Applications III: discrete processors, matrix-vector and matrix-matrix multiplication, coding of nonpositive/complex data. 11. Advanced techniques: super-resolution, speckle interferometry, tomography, multiple-conjugated adaptive systems (MCAO). 12. The correspondence between classical optics and quantum mechanics, introduction to quantum information processing.