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The optical transfer function is a complex transfer function where the modulus of the function describe the modulation transfer and the argument of the function describe the phase transfer in an optical system, such as a camera, microscope, human eye, or projector, as a function of spatial frequency. It is used by optical engineers and…

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Lecture 11 of my Modern Physics course at McGill University, Fall 2012. Special Relativity. Minkowski Space. Geometry of Lorentz Transformations. The course webpage, including links to other lectures and problem sets, is available at http://www.physics.mcgill.ca/~maloney/260/ The written notes for this lecture are available at http://www.physics.mcgill.ca/~maloney/260/260-11.pdf

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