Terahertz phase contrast imaging

@inproceedings{Png2005TerahertzPC,
  title={Terahertz phase contrast imaging},
  author={Gretel M. Png and Samuel P. Mickan and Tamath Rainsford and Derek Abbott},
  booktitle={SPIE Micro + Nano Materials, Devices, and Applications},
  year={2005}
}
Terahertz imaging is presently in its exploratory stage. Although plots of time versus terahertz amplitude, and frequency versus terahertz magnitude are some of the most common ways of analyzing terahertz data, no standard rendering technique has been established. While existing methods are indispensable, improvements to how terahertz data is rendered and analyzed should be explored so that new techniques can complement existing ones and/or provide a means of displaying new information that… Expand
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