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Journal of the Optical Society of America A

Journal of the Optical Society of America A

| OPTICS, IMAGE SCIENCE, AND VISION

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The Journal of the Optical Society of America A (JOSA A) is devoted to developments in any field of classical optics, image science, and vision. JOSA A includes original peer-reviewed papers on such topics as atmospheric optics, clinical vision, coherence and statistical optics, color, image processing, machine vision, scattering, and visual optics.

Editor-in-Chief: Franco Gori, Universita degli Studi Roma Tre
ISSN: 1084-7529 | eISSN: 1520-8532
Frequency: Rapid article-at-a-time publication; Monthly issues
2013 Impact Factor: 1.448

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High quality computational ghost imaging using multi-fluorescent screen
An alternative scheme for improvement of computational ghost imaging (GI) features is proposed based on a... JOSA A, Vol. 32 Issue 2, pp.323-328 (2015)

The color cone
While the notion of a color cone can be found in writings of Maxwell, Helmholtz, Grassmann, and other... JOSA A, Vol. 32 Issue 2, pp.314-322 (2015)

Frequency correlations in reflection from random media
We present a theoretical study of frequency correlations of light backscattered from a random scattering... JOSA A, Vol. 32 Issue 2, pp.305-313 (2015)

Concentric circular trajectory sampling for super-resolution and image mosaicing
Ubiquitous applications in diverse fields motivate large-area sampling, super-resolution (SR) and image... JOSA A, Vol. 32 Issue 2, pp.293-304 (2015)

Superresolution with full-polarized tomographic diffractive microscopy
Tomographic diffractive microscopy is a three-dimensional imaging technique that reconstructs the... JOSA A, Vol. 32 Issue 2, pp.287-292 (2015)

Electromagnetic scattering by two concentric spheres buried in a stratified material
In this paper, a rigorous method to analyze the electromagnetic scattering of an elliptically polarized plane... JOSA A, Vol. 32 Issue 2, pp.277-286 (2015)

Monte Carlo simulation of retinal light absorption by infants
Retinal damage can occur in normal ambient lighting conditions. Infants are particularly vulnerable to... JOSA A, Vol. 32 Issue 2, pp.271-276 (2015)

Condition for generating the same scattered spectral density by random and deterministic media
We present a condition for generating the same scattered spectral density by random and deterministic media.... JOSA A, Vol. 32 Issue 2, pp.267-270 (2015)

Generalized propagation of light through optical systems. I. Mathematical basics
The propagation of an input field through tilted and curved surfaces is presented and applied for a field... JOSA A, Vol. 32 Issue 2, pp.258-266 (2015)

Intelligent speckle reducing anisotropic diffusion algorithm for automated 3-D ultrasound images
A novel 3-D filtering method is presented for speckle reduction and detail preservation in automated 3-D... JOSA A, Vol. 32 Issue 2, pp.248-257 (2015)

Portable monocular light pen vision measurement system
This paper introduces a portable monocular vision measurement system that is suitable for measuring complex... JOSA A, Vol. 32 Issue 2, pp.238-247 (2015)

General expressions for the refractive indices of absorbing biaxial media as a function of the angle of incidence
In this work we obtain general expressions for the complex refractive indices of refracted waves as a... JOSA A, Vol. 32 Issue 2, pp.228-237 (2015)

Diffraction model of peristrophic multiplexing with spherical reference wave
Multiplexing recording is a primary contributor to determining the recording density in holographic data... JOSA A, Vol. 32 Issue 2, pp.224-227 (2015)

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Advances in Lithography
  • Andreas Erdmann, Apo Sezginer
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Color Vision
  • Steven L. Buck, Rigmor Baraas, Valérie Bonnardel, Barry B. Lee, Delwin T. Lindsey, Michael A. Webster, and John S. Werner
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Color Vision
  • Rigmor Baraas, Steven L. Buck, Barry B. Lee, Michael A. Webster, and John S. Werner
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Adaptive Optics
  • Julian Christou, Brent Ellerbroek, Thierry Fusco, and Donald Miller
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Ideal Observers and Efficiency
  • Craig Abbey, Jason Gold, Daniel Kersten, and Bosco Tjan
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Optical High-Performance Computing
  • H. John Caulfield, Shlomi Dolev, and William M. J. Green
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Interactive Science Publishing
  • Stephen A. Burns and Joseph Izatt
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Image Quality
  • Matthew Kupinski, Andrew Watson, Jeffrey Siewerdsen, Kyle Myers, and Miguel Eckstein
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Photonic Metamaterials: from Random to Periodic
  • Vladimir M. Shalaev, Azriel Genack, and Evgenii Narimanov
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Advances in Retinal Imaging
  • Joseph Carroll, Wolfgang Drexler, and Austin Roorda
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