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Image contrast as function of exposure for a CCD detector
In a laser interferometry experiment, we project a pattern of interference fringes onto a CCD sensor. For best results, we want good contrast between the bright and dark fringes, and we carefully ...
Jul 19 '12 at 23:18
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