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Holograms can be made with no mathematics. However, there is a mathematical basis for all of holography. Below we will explore the mathematical basis for holography.  
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Holograms can be made with no mathematics. However, there is a mathematical basis for all of holography. Below we will explore the mathematical basis for holography.
*[[Holography Transmission Equations Part I]] by Ed Wesly  
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*[[Holography Transmission Equations Part II]] by Ed Wesly
 
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*[[The Calculus of Holography]]

Revision as of 21:51, 11 May 2013

Holograms can be made with no mathematics. However, there is a mathematical basis for all of holography. Below we will explore the mathematical basis for holography.