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  • Speckle: Friend or Foe? 3RD INTERNATIONAL TOPICAL MEETING ON OPTICAL SENSING AND ARTIFICIAL VISION (OSAV'2012) Goodman, J. W. 2013; 1537: 5-7
  • Very efficient speckle contrast reduction realized by moving diffuser device APPLIED OPTICS Kubota, S., Goodman, J. W. 2010; 49 (23): 4385-4391

    Abstract

    Speckle noise reduction is best tested on a precise speckle contrast measurement bench, which should be able to measure 100% contrast in fully developed speckle as well as the smallest contrast (for example, less than 10%) after its reduction. On such a test bench, we have measured very efficient speckle contrast reduction by temporal averaging using a moving diffuser on a tuning fork, which vibrates at 100 Hz over 60 microm in amplitude, a distance that is three times the surface roughness correlation length of the diffuser.

    View details for Web of Science ID 000280747700009

    View details for PubMedID 20697441

  • Some Properties of Speckle from "Smooth" Surfaces INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ADVANCED PHASE MEASUREMENT METHODS IN OPTICS AN IMAGING Goodman, J. W. 2010; 1236: 3-11
  • The ubiquitous speckle phenomenon SPECKLE06: SPECKLES, FROM GRAINS TO FLOWERS Goodman, J. W. 2006; 6341

    View details for DOI 10.1117/12.695251

    View details for Web of Science ID 000241191500001

  • Image systems engineering at Stanford INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON IMAGE PROCESSING, PROCEEDINGS - VOL I Goodman, J. W., Wandell, B. A. 1996: 435-438
  • OPTICAL AMPLIFIERS AND LIQUID-CRYSTAL SHUTTERS APPLIED TO ELECTRICALLY RECONFIGURABLE FIBER OPTIC SIGNAL PROCESSORS OPTICAL ENGINEERING Moslehi, B., Chau, K. K., Goodman, J. W. 1993; 32 (5): 974-981
  • NOVEL AMPLIFIED FIBEROPTIC RECIRCULATING DELAY-LINE PROCESSOR JOURNAL OF LIGHTWAVE TECHNOLOGY Moslehi, B., Goodman, J. W. 1992; 10 (8): 1142-1147
  • REFRACTIVE-INDEX MODULATION MECHANISM IN BLEACHED SILVER-HALIDE HOLOGRAMS APPLIED OPTICS Kostuk, R. K., Goodman, J. W. 1991; 30 (4): 369-371

    Abstract

    We present a simple technique for observing and studying the onset of microstructure in silver halide gratings, which can also be used to improve processing chemistry.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1991EW64400004

    View details for PubMedID 20581994

  • GOALS FOR OPTICAL SIGNAL-PROCESSING AND OPTICAL COMPUTING IN THE 1990S LASER FOCUS WORLD Caulfield, H. J., Goodman, J. W., GUENTHER, R. D., HENDRICKSON, B. M., Neff, J. A., Rhodes, W. T., TURPIN, T. M., Yang, A. 1990; 26 (1): 143-146
  • 2-WAVELENGTH PHOTOREFRACTIVE DYNAMIC OPTICAL INTERCONNECT OPTICS LETTERS MCRUER, R., Wilde, J., Hesselink, L., Goodman, J. 1989; 14 (21): 1174-1176

    Abstract

    A novel architecture for a reconfigurable optical routing switch using photorefractive crystals with nondestructive readout is presented. This design reduces the order of complexity from n(2) to n for a general two-wavelength n x n holographic interconnection network. The packing capacity of the network is discussed and is calculated to be of the order of 1000 x 1000 for an ideal volume holographic recording material. In practice, we show that the actual value is constrained by the number of gratings that can be multiplexed in a single photorefractive crystal. A 2 x 3 switch is demonstrated by using a Bi(12)GeO(20) crystal with 514-nm writing beams and 633-nm signal (readout) beams.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1989AX17300004

    View details for PubMedID 19759625

  • LEVELS OF LIGHT BYTE Goodman, J. W. 1989; 14 (10): 240-242
  • FIBER-OPTIC CROSSBAR SWITCH WITH BROADCAST CAPABILITY OPTICAL ENGINEERING Dias, A. R., KALMAN, R. F., Goodman, J. W., Sawchuk, A. A. 1988; 27 (11): 955-960

    View details for DOI 10.1117/12.7976793

    View details for Web of Science ID A1988Q929500006

  • TIMING UNCERTAINTY FOR RECEIVERS IN OPTICAL CLOCK DISTRIBUTION FOR VLSI OPTICAL ENGINEERING Clymer, B. D., Goodman, J. W. 1988; 27 (11): 944-954
  • DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS FOR HOLOGRAPHIC OPTICAL INTERCONNECTS APPLIED OPTICS Kostuk, R. K., Goodman, J. W., Hesselink, L. 1987; 26 (18): 3947-3953

    Abstract

    The geometrical design characteristics of multiple-image holograms are evaluated. A figure of merit expressing these characteristics as a function of the hologram diameter and the distance between the hologram and the image plane is developed. This value is then used to compare two designs which are capable of forming several hundred interconnections. The results indicate that these connections can be formed between points on the substrate separated by 2-3 cm provided that the holograms are separated from the substrate plane by 0.5-1 cm. Each hologram design is experimentally demonstrated in bleached photographic emulsions.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1987K206900036

    View details for PubMedID 20490168

  • SYSTOLIC LATTICE PROCESSING BY OPTICAL COUPLED-WAVE DEVICE ARRAYS OPTICAL ENGINEERING Nazarathy, M., Goodman, J. W. 1987; 26 (3): 256-263
  • VOLUME REFLECTION HOLOGRAMS WITH MULTIPLE GRATINGS - AN EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL EVALUATION APPLIED OPTICS Kostuk, R. K., Goodman, J. W., Hesselink, L. 1986; 25 (23): 4362-4369

    View details for Web of Science ID A1986F055700026

    View details for PubMedID 18235792

  • OPTICAL CLOCK DISTRIBUTION TO SILICON CHIPS OPTICAL ENGINEERING Clymer, B. D., Goodman, J. W. 1986; 25 (10): 1103-1108
  • NEURAL NETWORKS FOR COMPUTATION - NUMBER REPRESENTATIONS AND PROGRAMMING COMPLEXITY APPLIED OPTICS Takeda, M., Goodman, J. W. 1986; 25 (18): 3033-3046

    View details for Web of Science ID A1986E036700012

    View details for PubMedID 18235573

  • A RANDOM-WALK THROUGH THE FIELD OF SPECKLE OPTICAL ENGINEERING Goodman, J. W. 1986; 25 (5): 610-612
  • DIFFRACTION TRANSFORMS IN HOMOGENEOUS BIREFRINGENT MEDIA JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION Nazarathy, M., Goodman, J. W. 1986; 3 (4): 523-531
  • MULTIPLE MULTIPLE-EXPOSURE HOLOGRAM APPLIED OPTICS Johnson, K. M., Armstrong, M., Hesselink, L., Goodman, J. W. 1985; 24 (24): 4467-4472

    View details for Web of Science ID A1985AXB6000037

    View details for PubMedID 18224230

  • FAN-IN AND FAN-OUT WITH OPTICAL INTERCONNECTIONS OPTICA ACTA Goodman, J. W. 1985; 32 (12): 1489-1496
  • REAL-TIME INTENSITY INVERSION USING 2-WAVE AND 4-WAVE MIXING IN PHOTOREFRACTIVE BI12GEO20 APPLIED OPTICS Ochoa, E., Hesselink, L., Goodman, J. W. 1985; 24 (12): 1826-1832

    View details for Web of Science ID A1985AKE8300028

    View details for PubMedID 18223799

  • REAL-TIME ENHANCEMENT OF DEFECTS IN A PERIODIC MASK USING PHOTOREFRACTIVE BI12SIO20 OPTICS LETTERS Ochoa, E., Goodman, J. W., Hesselink, L. 1985; 10 (9): 430-432

    Abstract

    The first known experimental results of real-time optical defect enhancement of a periodic mask are reported. A low-intensity reference wave interferes with the Fourier transform of an object beam to form a hologram in a photorefractive crystal. The nonlinear properties of the crystal perform a filtering operation, and phase-conjugate readout results in a defect-enhanced image. Defects of size 10 microm x 100 microm have been easily detected with high signalto- noise ratio, and a discussion of performance limitations is presented.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1985APM7300002

    View details for PubMedID 19724471

  • OPTICAL IMAGING APPLIED TO MICROELECTRONIC CHIP-TO-CHIP INTERCONNECTIONS APPLIED OPTICS Kostuk, R. K., Goodman, J. W., Hesselink, L. 1985; 24 (17): 2851-2858

    Abstract

    An imaging system is proposed as an alternative to metallized connections between integrated circuits. Power requirements for metallized interconnects and electrooptic links are compared. A holographic optical element is considered as the imaging device. Several experimental systems have been constructed which have visible LEDs as the transmitters and PIN photodiodes as the receivers. Signals are evaluated at different source-detector separations. Multiple exposure holograms are used as a means of optical fan out allowing one source to simultaneously address several receiver locations. Limitations of this technique are also discussed.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1985AQA8400028

    View details for PubMedID 18223967

  • SYSTOLIC LATTICE PROCESSING AND ULTRAFAST PULSE SHAPING BY OPTICAL COUPLED-WAVE DEVICE ARRAYS PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY OF PHOTO-OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERS Nazarathy, M., Goodman, J. W. 1985; 517: 89-97
  • THEORY OF LASER PHASE NOISE IN RECIRCULATING FIBER-OPTIC DELAY-LINES JOURNAL OF LIGHTWAVE TECHNOLOGY Tur, M., Moslehi, B., Goodman, J. W. 1985; 3 (1): 20-31
  • OPTICAL FIBER DELAY-LINE SIGNAL-PROCESSING IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MICROWAVE THEORY AND TECHNIQUES Jackson, K. P., Newton, S. A., Moslehi, B., Tur, M., CUTLER, C. C., Goodman, J. W., Shaw, H. J. 1985; 33 (3): 193-210
  • HOLOGRAPHIC RECIPROCITY LAW FAILURE APPLIED OPTICS Johnson, K. M., Hesselink, L., Goodman, J. W. 1984; 23 (2): 218-227

    View details for Web of Science ID A1984RZ78400015

    View details for PubMedID 18204543

  • AMBIGUITY FUNCTION PROCESSORS USING LINEAR BIREFRINGENT DISPERSIVE MATERIALS PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY OF PHOTO-OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERS Nazarathy, M., Goodman, J. W. 1984; 465: 74-81
  • FIBER-OPTIC LATTICE SIGNAL-PROCESSING PROCEEDINGS OF THE IEEE Moslehi, B., Goodman, J. W., Tur, M., Shaw, H. J. 1984; 72 (7): 909-930
  • WAVEFRONT INVERSION USING A THIN PHASE HOLOGRAM - A COMPUTER-SIMULATION APPLIED OPTICS Cao, Q., Goodman, J. W. 1984; 23 (24): 4575-4587

    View details for Web of Science ID A1984TX05000023

    View details for PubMedID 18213352

  • MULTIPLE STEADY-STATES FOR 1-D TRANSONIC FLOW SIAM JOURNAL ON SCIENTIFIC AND STATISTICAL COMPUTING Embid, P., Goodman, J., Majda, A. 1984; 5 (1): 21-41
  • COHERENT OPTICAL TECHNIQUES FOR DIAGONALIZATION AND INVERSION OF CIRCULANT MATRICES AND CIRCULANT APPROXIMATIONS TO TOEPLITZ MATRICES APPLIED OPTICS Cao, Q., Goodman, J. W. 1984; 23 (6): 803-811

    View details for Web of Science ID A1984SH30600009

    View details for PubMedID 18204644

  • OPTICAL INTERCONNECTIONS FOR VLSI SYSTEMS PROCEEDINGS OF THE IEEE Goodman, J. W., Leonberger, F. J., Kung, S. Y., Athale, R. A. 1984; 72 (7): 850-866
  • FREQUENCY-CORRELATION PROPERTIES OF OPTICAL-WAVEGUIDE INTENSITY PATTERNS JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA A-OPTICS IMAGE SCIENCE AND VISION WEIERHOLT, A. J., RAWSON, E. G., Goodman, J. W. 1984; 1 (2): 201-205
  • OPTICAL INTERCONNECTIONS IN MICROELECTRONICS PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY OF PHOTO-OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERS Goodman, J. W. 1984; 456: 72-85
  • 2 EXTENSIONS OF FOURIER OPTICAL PROCESSORS PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY OF PHOTO-OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERS Goodman, J. W. 1984; 373: 89-93
  • SPECTRAL STRUCTURE OF PHASE-INDUCED INTENSITY NOISE IN RECIRCULATING DELAY-LINES PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY OF PHOTO-OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERS Tur, M., Moslehi, B., Bowers, J. E., Newton, S. A., Jackson, K. P., Goodman, J. W., CUTLER, C. C., Shaw, H. J. 1983; 412: 22-27
  • BANDWIDTH ESTIMATION FOR MULTIMODE OPTICAL FIBERS USING THE FREQUENCY CORRELATION-FUNCTION OF SPECKLE PATTERNS APPLIED OPTICS Moslehi, B., Goodman, J. W., RAWSON, E. G. 1983; 22 (7): 995-999

    Abstract

    In this paper we present a new method for estimating the bandwidth of multimode optical fibers based on the frequency correlation function of the speckle patterns generated by the interference of fiber modes. This technique, which does not require a pulse or signal generator, can be utilized to estimate the bandwidth of a multimode fiber using a relatively short length of fiber. By applying this method to a test fiber we obtained a bandwidth of approximately 36 MHz km which is in relatively good agreement with the approximately 44-MHz x km bandwidth measured by a conventional pulsed technique.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1983QJ12800013

    View details for PubMedID 18195912

  • STATISTICAL PROPERTIES OF RAY DIRECTIONS IN A MONOCHROMATIC SPECKLE PATTERN JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA Ochoa, E., Goodman, J. W. 1983; 73 (7): 943-949
  • DIGITAL HOLOGRAPHY - ALGORITHMS, E-BEAM LITHOGRAPHY, AND 3-D DISPLAY PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY OF PHOTO-OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERS FREYER, J. L., PERLMUTTER, R. J., Goodman, J. W. 1983; 437: 38-47
  • MULTIPLE EXPOSURE HOLOGRAPHIC DISPLAY OF CT MEDICAL DATA PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY OF PHOTO-OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERS Johnson, K. M., Hesselink, L., Goodman, J. W. 1982; 367: 149-154
  • FIBEROPTIC SIGNAL PROCESSOR WITH APPLICATIONS TO MATRIX-VECTOR MULTIPLICATION AND LATTICE FILTERING OPTICS LETTERS Tur, M., Goodman, J. W., Moslehi, B., Bowers, J. E., Shaw, H. J. 1982; 7 (9): 463-465

    Abstract

    A new fiber-optic signal processor is proposed to implement systolic matrix-vector multipliers and lattice filters. 10(9) multiplications/sec can be achieved with currently available components for matrix-vector multiplications that involve Toeplitz matrices. A 2 x 2 (Toeplitz) matrix-vector multiplier has been experimentally demonstrated using single-mode fibers and directional couplers. The filtering characteristics of the device are also discussed.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1982PE07300024

    View details for PubMedID 19714057

  • LASER-INDUCED LOCAL HEATING OF MULTILAYERS APPLIED OPTICS Mansuripur, M., CONNELL, G. A., Goodman, J. W. 1982; 21 (6): 1106-1114

    Abstract

    For a multilayer structure illuminated by a laser beam, absorption of optical energy in the absorptive layers and the diffusion of the resultant heat throughout the structure are studied. Analytical and numerical procedures for this study are described, and, as a specific example, the profiles of temperature distribution during recording on a magnetooptical disk are presented. The technique is also expected to be of value for studies of thermal marking and laser annealing.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1982NG23600036

    View details for PubMedID 20389812

  • IMAGING THROUGH ATMOSPHERIC-TURBULENCE USING MODIFIED LOG GRADIENTS PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY OF PHOTO-OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERS Swan, H. W., Goodman, J. W. 1982; 358: 116-119
  • DIGITAL HOLOGRAPHIC DISPLAY OF MEDICAL CT IMAGES PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY OF PHOTO-OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERS PERLMUTTER, R. J., Goodman, J. W., Macovski, A. 1982; 367: 109-116
  • MODAL NOISE IN MULTIMODE OPTICAL FIBERS PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY OF PHOTO-OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERS RAWSON, E. G., Goodman, J. W. 1982; 355: 37-42
  • SIGNAL AND NOISE IN MAGNETO-OPTICAL READOUT JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS Mansuripur, M., CONNELL, G. A., Goodman, J. W. 1982; 53 (6): 4485-4494
  • SIGNAL-TO-NOISE IN MAGNETO-OPTIC STORAGE PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY OF PHOTO-OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERS Mansuripur, M., CONNELL, G. A., Goodman, J. W. 1982; 329: 215-222
  • EIGENVECTOR DETERMINATION BY NONCOHERENT OPTICAL METHODS APPLIED OPTICS Caulfield, H. J., DVORE, D., Goodman, J. W., Rhodes, W. 1981; 20 (13): 2263-2265

    Abstract

    An iterative method for finding the eigenvectors and eigenvalues of a matrix via incoherent optical matrix-vector multiplication and simple electronic feedback is described.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1981LX15900025

    View details for PubMedID 20332929

  • STATISTICS OF MODAL NOISE IN FIBERS - A CASE OF CONSTRAINED SPECKLE OPTICS LETTERS Goodman, J. W., RAWSON, E. G. 1981; 6 (7): 324-326

    Abstract

    Modal noise in multimode optical fibers is usually analyzed by using the conventional statistical theory developed for speckle. We show that when little light is lost from the fiber to radiative modes, a constraint of constant total power is introduced that is not present in conventional speckle theory. Experimental results show a marked departure in the behavior of speckle signal-to-noise ratio from the predictions of conventional speckle theory. A suitable modification of this theory is introduced, bringing the theoretical and experimental results into agreement.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1981LV72400008

    View details for PubMedID 19701419

  • TEMPORAL FREQUENCY-DEPENDENCE OF MODAL NOISE IN FIBERS ELECTRONICS LETTERS RAWSON, E. G., Norton, R. E., Goodman, J. W. 1980; 16 (8): 301-303
  • ANALYSIS AND MEASUREMENT OF THE MODAL-NOISE PROBABILITY-DISTRIBUTION FOR A STEP-INDEX OPTICAL FIBER OPTICS LETTERS RAWSON, E. G., Goodman, J. W., Norton, R. E. 1980; 5 (8): 357-358

    View details for Web of Science ID A1980KC38900011

    View details for PubMedID 19693227

  • FREQUENCY-DEPENDENCE OF MODAL NOISE IN MULTIMODE OPTICAL FIBERS JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA RAWSON, E. G., Goodman, J. W., Norton, R. E. 1980; 70 (8): 968-976
  • WANTED - RESTORATION OF MENTAL AGE IN 1972 REVISED STANFORD-BINET JOURNAL OF SPECIAL EDUCATION Goodman, J. F. 1978; 12 (1): 45-49
  • FULLY PARALLEL, HIGH-SPEED INCOHERENT OPTICAL METHOD FOR PERFORMING DISCRETE FOURIER-TRANSFORMS OPTICS LETTERS Goodman, J. W., Dias, A. R., WOODY, L. M. 1978; 2 (1): 1-3

    Abstract

    An incoherent optical data-processing method is described, which has the potential for performing discrete Fourier transforms of short length at rates far exceeding those afforded by both special-purpose digital hardware and representative coherent optical processors.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1978FJ47200001

    View details for PubMedID 19680386

  • OPTICAL RECONSTRUCTION FROM PROJECTIONS VIA CIRCULAR HARMONIC EXPANSION OPTICS COMMUNICATIONS Hansen, E. W., Goodman, J. W. 1978; 24 (3): 268-272
  • RECONSTRUCTIONS OF IMAGES OF PARTIALLY COHERENT OBJECTS FROM SAMPLES OF MUTUAL INTENSITY JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA Dutta, K., Goodman, J. W. 1977; 67 (6): 796-803
  • LINEAR SPACE-VARIANT OPTICAL PROCESSING OF 1-D SIGNALS APPLIED OPTICS Goodman, J. W., Kellman, P., Hansen, E. W. 1977; 16 (3): 733-738

    Abstract

    In the past, most optical data processing systems have been restricted to performing linear space-invariant operations. However, a wide class of interesting data processing operations require linear space-variant filtering. Three methods for performing linear space-variant processing of 1-D inputs are described. Experimental results obtained with all three systems are presented, and their relative advantages and disadvantages are discussed.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1977CX17600047

    View details for PubMedID 20168571

  • OPERATIONS ACHIEVABLE WITH COHERENT OPTICAL INFORMATION-PROCESSING SYSTEMS PROCEEDINGS OF THE IEEE Goodman, J. W. 1977; 65 (1): 29-38
  • SOME FUNDAMENTAL PROPERTIES OF SPECKLE JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA Goodman, J. W. 1976; 66 (11): 1145-1150
  • NEW COHERENT OPTICAL PSEUDO-COLOR ENCODER NOUVELLE REVUE D OPTIQUE Liu, H. K., Goodman, J. W. 1976; 7 (5): 285-289
  • SPECKLE-FREE REAR-PROJECTION SCREEN USING 2 CLOSE SCREENS IN SLOW RELATIVE MOTION JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA RAWSON, E. G., NAFARRATE, A. B., Norton, R. E., Goodman, J. W. 1976; 66 (11): 1290-1294
  • ERROR RATES IN COMPUTER-GENERATED HOLOGRAPHIC MEMORIES APPLIED OPTICS POWERS, R. S., Goodman, J. W. 1975; 14 (7): 1690-1701

    Abstract

    A procedure for predicting the error rates of a computer-generated holographic memory with general transform domain quantization error is developed. The kinoform, ROACH, detour phase binary hologram, and generalized detour phase binary hologram are compared on the basis of error rates and encoding efficiency. Error rates predicted by the analysis are compared with those obtained by computer simulation.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1975AG77500048

    View details for PubMedID 20154892

  • PROBABILITY DENSITY-FUNCTION OF SUM OF N PARTIALLY CORRELATED SPECKLE PATTERNS OPTICS COMMUNICATIONS Goodman, J. W. 1975; 13 (3): 244-247
  • DEPENDENCE OF IMAGE SPECKLE CONTRAST ON SURFACE-ROUGHNESS OPTICS COMMUNICATIONS Goodman, J. W. 1975; 14 (3): 324-327
  • NEW WAYS TO MAKE COMPUTER-GENERATED COLOR HOLOGRAMS NOUVELLE REVUE D OPTIQUE Fienup, J. R., Goodman, J. W. 1974; 5 (5): 269-275
  • INCREASING DYNAMIC RANGE OF COHERENT OPTICAL FILTERS BY MEANS OF MODULATING GRATINGS JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA Goodman, J. W., STRUBIN, H. B. 1973; 63 (1): 50-58
  • LIMITATIONS OF FRINGE-PARAMETER ESTIMATION AT LOW LIGHT LEVELS JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA Walkup, J. F., Goodman, J. W. 1973; 63 (4): 399-407
  • INTERFEROMETRIC TECHNIQUE FOR RECORDING AND RESTORING IMAGES DEGRADED BY UNKNOWN ABERRATIONS JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA Rhodes, W. T., Goodman, J. W. 1973; 63 (6): 647-657
  • OPTICAL SYSTEM DESIGNED FOR IMAGE PROCESSING PATTERN RECOGNITION Goodman, J. W., Rhodes, W. T. 1970; 2 (2): 105-?