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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. This Master thesis presents the implementation of digital holographic interferometry technique DHI for micro-deformation measurement with a fast algorithm that obtains video rates micro-deformations.
In DHI, two digital holograms of the object under study are recorded for the different states of it. The phase differences that quantify the changes of the object are obtained by direct subtraction of the phase maps obtained from the digital holograms. View PDF. Save to Library. Create Alert. Launch Research Feed.
Share This Paper. Topics from this paper. Holographic interferometry Central processing unit Linear algebra. Algorithm Pixel General-purpose computing on graphics processing units.
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Holography: science, art and technology. This article provides a historical review of the origins of holography, placing particular emphasis on the contributions made by Gabor, Denisyuk and Leith to the development of holographic techniques. First of all the physical basis of holography is discussed: interference and difraction, together with the processes involved in recording and reconstructing holograms. The article finishes with a brief description of some of the most important applications of holography in the fields of science, technology and art. Keywords: holography, history of physics, applications of holography.
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Holographic interferometry method for assessment of static load stress distribution in dog mandible. Tomie N. Campos I ; Lena K. Adachi I ; Jose E.
Nova scientia [online]. ISSN The problem of synthesis of mechanisms is to find the adequate dimensions in the elements in order to perform a given task. The task is defined by a set of points named: precision points. The problem is defined as minimizing the distance among the precision points and the actual position of the mechanism, the decision variables are the elements dimensions, the position and rotation of the relative coordinate system and two parameters related with the initial position and velocity.
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