Explain what is rayleigh's criterion for resolution?
Asked by | 29th Jan, 2010, 02:52: PM
The following excerpt from hyperphysics might help.
The Rayleigh Criterion
The Rayleigh criterion is the generally accepted criterion for the minimum resolvable detail - the imaging process is said to be diffraction-limited when the first diffraction minimum of the image of one source point coincides with the maximum of another.
Answered by | 29th Jan, 2010, 10:07: PM
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