Abstract

This paper is concerned with the description of a new holographic electrooptical processing method for the determination of surface displacements of various materials. In particular, the automated procedure to achieve a large number of surface measurements with high accuracy by the use of a microcomputer is discussed in detail.

© 1982 Optical Society of America

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