When the series of the Journal of the Optical Society of America (JOSA)
ended in December 1983 and the first issue of JOSA A appeared in January
1984, Robert Terhune had achieved only half of his grand scheme to revamp
JOSA. Now it was time to focus on JOSA B.
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