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Multiphase shared array (MSA) is a shared address space programming model motivated by the observation that a general shared variable that any thread can read or write is rarely needed and inef cient to support. MSA is not a complete model and is intended to be used in conjunction with other data exchange paradigms such as message passing. MSA supports shared arrays of data elements that can be globally accessed by parallel entities such as objects, processes, or threads. The elements of an MSA can be one of the standard C++ intrinsic types, or a user-de ned class with certain operations. In any phase, an MSA element can be accessed only in one of the following modes: read-only, write (updated by one writer), or accumulate (multiple commutative associative updates). Each array is in one mode at a time, and the mode can be
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material can be tested with this basic arrangement (Adachi et al., 1961, 1962; Masuda et al., 1962; Twyman and Dalladay, 1921 1922). In many instruments, when using a glass window, the important requirement is that the optical path difference introduced by its presence is a constant for the whole aperture as in Eq. (2.30). However, sometimes the plate may not be transparent in the visible, only in the infrared, where it is used, and an infrared interferometer is not available. If a constant index of refraction is assumed, the important parameter is a constant thickness. But an independent measurement of the atness of the faces does not permit this evaluation because the plate is frequently so thin that it may bend, which, on the contrary, is not important in its operation. For these cases, Williamson (2004) has described a con guration as shown in Figure 2.15. The interesting characteristic of this con guration is that if the plate bends or curves in any way, the change in one of its two faces is canceled out by the corresponding change in the other. 2.4.1. Testing of Prisms and Diffraction Rulings The Twyman Green interferometer is a very useful instrument for testing prisms. Its application for testing the accuracy of the 90 angle between two of the faces of a right angle (Porro) prism, a roof (Amici) prism, or a cube corner prism is especially interesting. As explained before, the relative rotation or reversal of the wavefronts should be corrected, as shown in Figure 2.16, if a gas laser is not used. The arrangements in Figure 2.17 can be used when a gas laser source is employed. A very good cube corner prism will give rise to an interferogram like that shown in Figure 2.18. The fringes are straight throughout the aperture. A cube comer prism with angular errors produces an interferogram such as that shown in Figure 2.19, in which the straight fringes abruptly change their direction. Thomas and Wyant (1977) made a complete study of the testing of cube corner prisms.
A4, is shown in Fig. 11.18b. The writing beams had a Gaussian spatial form with a slight ellipticity, and the diffracted beam is also Gaussian in shape but is somewhat smaller in size than the input beam. This reduction in beam size of the diffracted beam compared to the probe beam is expected from the spatial apodization produced by the nite spatial distribution of the thermal diffraction grating written by the Gaussian writing beams. To test the distortion correcting ability of the thermal hologram, the phase distortor and imaging lens (to ensure beam overlap in the thermal cell) was placed in the path of the writing beam to produce the resultant distorted beam A3 as shown in Fig. 11.18c. Figure. 11.18d shows the diffracted beam having retraversed the distortor. The phase distortions are seen to be well-corrected and demonstrate the ability of the thermal grating hologram for aberration correction.
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