Kenneth M. Baird
There have recently been a number of new developments related to the field of optics for which the OSA Technical Group structure has not been able to offer its usual advantages. This is because the topics have not logically fitted into any one existing group and were not large enough to justify the formation of a new separate group. An example is the recent rapid developments in experimental and theoretical analysis of radiation fields.
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Publish Date: 01 February 1975
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