About the book
With the continuous progress of science and technology, a number of novel techniques have found themselves at the heart of cutting-edge research. However, very few of them have enjoyed relevance in more than one problem. Optical interferometry is one of the most versatile techniques. In the past, optical interferometry has made contributions to a myriad of science and engineering applications, sometimes as a purely theoretical topic, and at other times from a multitude of industrial perspectives.
This volume of works aims to collect evidence of the above-mentioned contributions by documenting original research and reviews as well as delineate clear trajectories of the technique for the readers so that new ideas can be perceived and novel connections can be made. The goal is to focus on qualitative discussions. Quantitative information is encouraged as long as it stays at an optimal level.