interferogram


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interferogram

(ˌɪntəˈfɪərəˌɡræm)
n
(General Physics) physics a photographic record of an interference pattern
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Moire interferogram phase extraction: a ridge detection algorithm for continuous wavelet transforms, Applied Optics, 43(4), 850-857.
Superimposing the images gives what is known as an interferogram.
In this context, two radar images that are acquired from the same surface area are differenced in phase to form a radar interferogram, which in turn detects and assesses possible deformations.
Visually, this is defined as the maximum bright band on the interferogram [7].
In those situations a single interferogram with closed and possibly complex fringe distribution must be analyzed to recover the phase information related to the physical phenomena being measured.
Once the film surface was in focus, a primary interferogram representative of the film surface was observed.
The output of my radio telescope is an interferogram record stored in a personal computer.
OCT interferogram is obtained by moving the position of the reference mirror changing the reference path by a certain amount ([DELTA]z) to match multiple sample optical structure and a depth profile (A-Scan) of the sample can be acquired [1].
An interferogram for the background correction was determined before the sample analysis.
The Integrated TanDEM-X Processor [28,29], a fast and efficient technique for SAR interferogram geocoding which uses object-to-image transformation, is also based on the RD model.
Moreover, in order to form a coherent spotlight interferogram, the received Doppler frequency spectrum must overlap.
That is, we devise the optimal characteristics of the optical filter in the sense that, with a fixed passband of the optical filter, the second moment of the squared interferogram is minimized.