Forward Construction of HOEs by Continuous Aperture Division

Krackhardt, Ulrich ; Brenner, Karl-Heinz

Document Type: Conference or workshop publication
Year of publication: 1999
Book title: Diffractive optics - Jena '99 : Jena, Germany, 23 - 25 August 1999
The title of a journal, publication series: European Optical Society Topical Meetings Digest Series
Volume: 22
Page range: 163-164
Place of publication: [Orsay]
Publishing house: EOS
ISSN: 1167-5357
Publication language: English
Institution: School of Business Informatics and Mathematics > Optoelektronik (Brenner 1999-2008)
Subject: 004 Computer science, internet
Abstract: The task of Optical Design is to find an element which transforms a given distribution of ligth at a certain input plain into a desired distribution at an output plane in terms of amplidtude or phase. This inverse problem is typically solved by optimization techniques with results which are not unique. Here, a new approach is presented: The basic idea is to construct optical elements by adding up primitive, i.e. generic, optical elements. Thus, we call the procedure "summation of optical components" (SOC). Hence, the SOC concept allows inverse problems to be solved by synthesis, i.e. by a forward strategy. The resulting design can be refractive or diffractive, as needed. The SOC concept is pointed out. Examples are given to illustrate and to prove the concept.

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