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by Frank L Pedrotti,Leno M Pedrotti,Leno S Pedrotti

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ISBN:
0131499335
Author:
Frank L Pedrotti,Leno M Pedrotti,Leno S Pedrotti
Category:
Physics
Language:
English
Publisher:
Pearson; 3 edition (April 17, 2006)
Pages:
656 pages
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by Frank L Pedrotti (Author), Leno M Pedrotti (Author) . Updated chapters on Optical Interferometery, Fiber Optics, and Holography. Introduces a broad range of new applications throughout, including liquid crystal displays, CCD's, CD and DVD Technology.

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Comprehensive and fully updated, this reader-friendly introduction to optics provides clear, concise derivations and explanations of optical phenomena, avoiding extraneous material. Updates material related to laser systems. Updated chapters on Optical Interferometery, Fiber Optics, and Holography. Introduces a broad range of new applications throughout, including liquid crystal displays, CCD's, CD and DVD Technology. Features a more intensive exploration of communication systems than in previous editions. Provides approximately 50 new problems and 50 new or revised figures. A general reference for optical industry practitioners.

  • Forey
Horrible book to actually learn from. You would expect an introductory book to be concise, and explain things clearly. Instead, simple concepts that can be explained in one sentence take whole paragraphs, usually in a roundabout fashion. Examples and equations are helpful enough, though. However, the editor must have forgotten to put diagrams on the same page they are referenced on. It seems like the book is constantly talking about a figure that is one or two pages away. I have not finished using the book, so I'll try to update this when my class finishes
  • Zulurr
I'm taking an upper level undergraduate optics course and the professor required this book. He's a nice guy, and very knowledgeable, but I find his lectures impossible to follow. I would be totally lost if not for this book. Hey, this is hard stuff guys! Don't expect a book to make it easy. So far I have none of the complaints typical of other reviewers. Obviously I'm learning. If I knew the subject better perhaps I'd be more critical, but so far I'm finding the explanations in this book very thorough and understandable. The fact that I sometimes have to read them 2,3, or 20 times before they make sense to me I rightly attribute to my own ignorance, not some failing of the author. Of course I'm looking for an in-depth understanding of optics, not some quick tell-me-what-I-need-for-the-test primmer.
  • melody of you
The huge margins will come in handy when you need to write notes. Sometimes difficult to follow, and seems they can't keep the terminology definitive. Enlightening nonetheless.
  • Chi
+Great price compared to others
-Very thin paper if you highlight get a different version
  • Mot
Good book
  • Ynap
It was required for my Optics class, It was very helpful and well written; the information was well laid out and easy to find. Most, if not all, topics are explained with their real-world applications in mind, including how the information can be used with specific optical instruments. Overall, I was very pleased with this book.
  • Usaxma
This text is required for our two introductory optics classes, Geometrical Optics and Physical Optics. My classmates and I have found the text to be excellent - it explains things very thoroughly and has detailed diagrams. There are tons of exercises at the end of each chapter that really help with understanding and application. I do wish that it had more example problems worked within the text, but that doesn't diminish the value of the book and is more of a personal preference.
Excellent book!