Contents for Vol. 9, No. 5 Sep./Oct., 2002

Vol. 9, No. 5 Sep./Oct., 2002 ISSN: 1340-6000
  Area Page Title Author(s)
Letters GENERAL AND PHYSICAL OPTICS 183 Broadband Antireflection Subwavelength Gratings for Polymethyl Methacrylate Fabricated with Molding Technique Yoshiaki KANAMORI and Kazuhiro HANE
  LASERS 186 Reflection Induced Voltage Change of Surface Emitting Laser for Optical Probing Jiro HASHIZUME, Satoshi SHINADA, Fumio KOYAMA and Kenichi IGA
Regular Papers QUANTUM OPTICS AND SPECTROSCOPY 189 Reduction of Fringe Noise in Wavelength Modulation Spectroscopy Using a One-Dimensional Focal Plane Array Shang-Qian WU, Tetsuya KIMISHIMA, Yotsumi YOSHII, Hiroaki KUZE and Nobuo TAKEUCHI
  INFORMATION OPTICS 193 Implementation of a Nonzero-order Joint Transform Correlator Using Interferometric Technique Chau-Jern CHENG and Han-Yen TU
    197 Unsupervised Segmentation of Natural Images Xiao Yan DAI and Junji MAEDA
  PHOTONICS AND OPTOELECTRONICS 202 Wavelength Tuning of Long-Period Fiber Gratings by Fabrication Using a Tilted Amplitude Mask Toru MIZUNAMI, Hideo KAWASHIMA and Akihiko HAYASHI
    207 Numerical Modeling and Simulation of a Cholesteric Liquid Crystal Polarizer Jong Rak PARK, Gihan RYU, Jeongil BYUN, Heenam HWANG, Sung Tae KIM and Insun KIM
  OPTICAL SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGIES 213 Simulated Output Images of Near-Field Optics by Volume Integral Equation: Object Placed on the Dielectric Substrate Kazuo TANAKA, Mengyun YAN and Masahiro TANAKA
  OPTICAL MATERIALS AND MANUFACTURING TECH NOLOGIES 222 Characterization of Index and Surface-Relief Gratings Formed in Methacrylate Photopolymers Takashi KOJIMA and Yasuo TOMITA
Short Note OPTICAL SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGIES 227 Polarization Mixing Error Reduction in a Two-Beam Interferometer Youichi BITOU


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