Abstract

The H-D curve is the most commonly used method to describe film characteristics. However, in many applications of coherent optics, the use of the H-D curve is not appropriate because the linear region of the T-E curve is used instead. In this paper, some possible classification methods for the T-E curve and their applications in spectrum analysis and holography are discussed.

© 1978 Optical Society of America

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