Abstract

We combine two concepts: the joint transform correlator and the fractional Fourier transform. This combination is almost as convenient experimentally as the classical joint transform correlator. As a processor it is as versatile as the standard fractional Fourier correlator.

© 1997 Optical Society of America

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