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Guoguang Mu

Guoguang Mu, Chinese optic physicist (Hu Lu Dao, Liaoning Province 1931 – Tianjin 12 April 2012)

Authored about 100 papers

Introduced important concepts and technologies in pattern recognition, color image coding and decoding and color photography

Designed and developed novel optical instruments and their components such as white light optical image treatment system, optical correction lens used for screen coating of color TV kinescope, special optical corrector for color TV display tube, optical projection system of aerial defense warning radar signal, opto-electronic hybrid system of image encoding and decoding for new photographic reconnoiter and cone-axis deep-ellipsoid cold reflection mirror

Succeeded in using black and white film to refract color images (1983)

With X. Zhu, Y. Zhao, N. Zhang, Y. Liang & M. Wang introduced the fundamental principles of laser induced air ionization microscopy (LIAIM) and laser induced breakdown microscopy (LIBM) in Ultrashort pulse laser ionization microscopy. Proc. Spie 7276 (2008)


METHODS/DEVICES

With Y. Liu & Y. Liang. Method for improving optical coherent tomographic imaging quality (2007)

With Z. Fang & F. Liu. Light emitting diode array railway signal device (2004)

With Z. Guo. Optical gradient filter for liquid crystal-emulsion (1993)

With Z. Fang & J. Wang. Technique of using black-white photography film for colour photography (1987)  

With Z. Wang, K. Wang & X. Wang. A new technique for pattern recognition using VFHF in white light lensless optical system. Proc. Spie 0813 (1987) 


OTHER CONTRIBUTIONS/BIBLIOGRAPHY

With H.C. Zhai, M.W. Wang, F.M. Liu, D. Pan & K.Y. Hsu. 3D monochromatic image synthesis with vertical area-partitioned recording of master hologram in multiple exposure holography. Optics Communications 195(1-4):141-9, 2001

With G. Luo, H. Fang & Z.L. Fang. Method for the deviation inspection of integrated circuit chip pin based on Harr wavelet transform. Optical Engineering 39(6):1712-6, 2000

With Z.Q. Wang, J.H. Guan 7 B.L. Liang. Rotation-invariant binary joint transform correlator. Optik 111(9):413-7, 2000

With W.Y. Liu, Z.Q. Wang & Z.L. Fang. Color-coded projection grating method for shape measurement with a single exposure. Appl. Optics 39(20):3504-8, 2000

With X.X. Shao, Z.Q. Wang, C.M. Cartwright, R.L. Fu & W.A. Gillespie. The amplitude-compensated matching synthetic discriminant filter by computer-generated holography. Optik 110(4):172-6, 1999

With S.J. Chang, J.Y. Shen, Z. Song, H.C. Zhai & Y.X. Zhang. Optical neural network for unequally distributed neuron states - algorithm and application. Optical Engineering 37(6):817-22, 1998

With X.X. Shao, Z.Q. Wang & R.L. Fu. Computer-generated amplitude-compensated matched-filter. Optical Engineering 37(1):99-102, 1998    

With Y.X. Zhang, S.J. Chang, Z.B. Feng & S.Q. Gao. Multimode operation in an optical digital neuroprocessor with 1024 neurons. Optical Engin. 35(8):2132-5, 1996

With Z.K. Chen. High-dynamic range image acquisition and display by multi-intensity imagery. J. Imag. Science Technol. 39(6):559-64, 1995

With J.A. Davis, L.L. Haarvig, D.M. Cottrell & X.M. Wang. Differentiating optical correlators. Optics Letters 20(24):2511-3, 1995

With Z.K. Chen. Pattern identification with an improved synthetic discrimination function. Optical Engin. 33(9):3044-6, 1994  

With Z.K.Chen & Y.X. Zhang. Complementary-reference joint transform correlator. Applied Optics 33(32):7622-6, 1994

With J.Y. Shen & Y.X. Zhang. Optical pattern recognition system based on a winner-take-all model of a neural network. Optical Engin. 32(5):1053-6, 1993

With X.M. Wang. Optical neural network with bipolar neural states. Appl. Optics 31(23):4712-9, 1992

With Z.Q. Wang & K.M. Wang. Rainbow holography of 3D diffuse objects with HOE/MEHL. Applied Optics 27(2):321-3, 1988

With Z.Q. Wang, Q. Gong, Q.W. Song & F.X. Wu. White-light image processing using oriented speckle-screen encoding. Optics Letters 10(8):375-7, 1985

With C.K. Chang & H.K. Liu. White-light stereoprojection through Fourier spectrum polarization. Optics Letters 6(6):263-5, 1981