Diffraction phenomenon description method based on by the topological objects set and the algorithm for distinguishing the minimum from zero intensity

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Ganna Khoroshun
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-1272-1222

Abstract

Diffraction phenomenon describing method based on the topological objects set by means of system analysis was developed in the work. Diffraction field topological objects are maximum, minimum and zero intensity, which is identical to the phase singularity or optical vortex. Topological objects mathematical representation by standard extremum search function methods was considered. The algorithm for distinguishing the minimum has been developed and zero intensity at the experimental images due to the algorithm the diffractive optical images classification possibility by the number of phase singularities without further interference analysis was shown. To increase the speed of data analyses the image segmentation method is suggested. Otained results and recommendations applying is possible in various fields of medicine and technology, which use laser radiation.

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Identification problems in information systems
Author Biography

Ganna Khoroshun, Volodymyr Dahl East Ukrainian National University, Severodonetsk

PhD (Optics and Laser Physics), Associated Professor of Department of Construction, Urban and Spatial Planning

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