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X- ~ 2 ~ ( x >] } + b~ + b: + 2 (k 1 k2) b~ b:r. E_ posed, nearly identical, mutually coherent "image" wave fields. Interference effects may be expected between the six distinct combinations, C(4,2), of the four elements, taken in pairs. The phasis of this set of pairs of interference fringe systems are readily seen to be ~ i - [ {;j 12 cp1'l 1 (i> ] } ---------------------12 ( _;c:) J tf>1z J 1 (}i) 2. } - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ----- - - - - ~12 1 (j(,)] } --~ ji - [ {;)12. Application of Holography to Photoelasticity To facilitate interpretation of the system (14) it is convenient to employ the artifice of a set of four "in effeet" singly refractive, transparent objects, using (13) and the ad hoc rules.

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