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Interferometry mathematics , algorithms , and data

@inproceedings{Peck2010InterferometryM,
  title={Interferometry mathematics , algorithms , and data},
  author={Michael Peck},
  year={2010}
}
In general I’m not going to derive mathematical results in too much detail, nor will algorithms be described at length. This is also not intended to be a comprehensive literature survey. Malacara (1992) has extensive literature references, although it is somewhat dated by now . The material in chapters 13 and 14 are the most relevant to this article. Another good and more recent bibliographic reference is Larkin (2001), which is available online at opticsinfobase.org and also contains some… 
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