Recent advances in methods for inverting scattered field data, originally pursued for imaging penetrable objects, can be considered for the design and synthesis of structures that have prescribed scattered field patterns. Unlike imaging, lack of uniqueness can be useful for synthesis problems, The method used for structure synthesis is described.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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