Contents for Vol. 6, No. 6 Nov./Dec., 1999

Vol. 6, No. 6 Nov./Dec., 1999 ISSN: 1340-6000
  Area Page Title Author(s)
Review PHOTONICS AND OPTOELECTRONICS 471 Applications of Liquid Crystals to Variable-Focusing Lenses Susumu SATO
Letters INFORMATION OPTICS 486 Near-Field Analysis of Micro-Aperture Surface Emitting Laser for High Density Optical Data Storage Satoshi SHINADA, Fumio KOYAMA, Koichi SUZUKI, Kenya GOTO, Kenichi IGA
  PHOTONICS AND OPTOELECTRONICS 489 Fabrication and Performance of 1.55 μm Transmission Glass-Echelon Grating Filters Yoshiaki TACHIKAWA
  LASERS 494 Influence of Nonlinear Gain Saturation on the Time-Bandwidth Product of Optical Pulse from a Gain-Switched Semiconductor Laser Kenji WADA, Tetsuya MATSUYAMA, Hiromichi HORINAKA, Yoshio CHO
  OPTICAL SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGIES 497 Neural Network Control of Liquid Crystal Spatial Light Modulator for Spectral Synthesis of Light Wenjun WANG, Satoru TOYOOKA
Regular Papers GENERAL AND PHYSICAL OPTICS 501 Numerical Evaluation of Polarization-Selective Characteristics of a Binary Relief Grating with Subwavelength Structures Masayuki FUJIMOTO, Yoichi OKUNO, Toyonori MATSUDA
  QUANTUM OPTICS AND SPECTROSCOPY 507 Optical Spectrogram Scope Using Time-to-Two-Dimensional Space Conversion and Interferometric Time-of-Flight Cross Correlation Tsuyoshi KONISHI, Yoshiki ICHIOKA
  INFORMATION OPTICS 513 Volume Images Vector Display Based on a Diffractive Screen JOSE J. LUNAZZI, M. DIAMAND
  PHOTONICS AND OPTOELECTRONICS 518 Direct Fabrication Methods of Surface Relief Electro-Optic Gratings in Azo-Polymer Films Katsuhiro MUNAKATA, Kenji HARADA, Nobukazu YOSHIKAWA, Masahide ITOH, Shinsuke UMEGAKI, Toyohiko YATAGAI
  NONLINEAR OPTICS 522 Polarization-Dependent Phase-Conjugate Reflectivity in Randomly Oriented Saturable Absorbers: Effects of the Direction of Transition Dipole Moment Associated with Excited-State Absorption Tsutomu SATO, Shigeki MIYANAGA
  OPTICAL SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGIES 529 Error-Compensating Phase Measuring Algorithms in a Fizeau Interferometer Kenichi HIBINO
  ENVIRONMENTAL, BIOLOGICAL, AND SPACE OPTICS 539 Feasibility of a Lidar Utilizing the Glory for Measuring Particle Size of Water Clouds Nobuo SUGIMOTO


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