1st Edition

Electro-Optical Displays

Edited By Mohammad A. Karim Copyright 1992

    Covers principles, applications, and issues pertaining to all major elecro-optical displays presently in use, with discussion of display evaluation characteristics and human factor topics. Coverage includes: liquid crystal (LC) display properties, matrix addressing, and photoaddressing issues; time-

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    Part I Display Fundamentals

    Intensifier and Cathode-Ray Tube Technologies

    Mohammad A. Karim and A.F.M. Yusuf Haider

    Liquid-Crystal Display Device Fundamentals

    David Armitage

    Microelectronics in Active-Matrix LCDs and Image Sensors

    William den Boer, F.C. Luo, and Zvi Yaniv

    Flat-Panel Displays

    Alan Sobel

    Color Image Display with Black-and-White Film

    Guo-Guang Mu, Zhi-Liang Fang, Xu-Ming Wang, and Yu-Guang Kuang

    Part II Display Systems

    Projection Display Technologies

    Karen E. Jachimowicz

    Stereoscopic Display

    Larry F. Hodges

    Peripheral Vision Displays

    Harry M. Assenheim

    Holographic Head-Up Displays

    Robert B. Wood

    Biocular Display Optics

    Philip J. Rogers and Michael H. Freeman

    Part III Evaluation of Displays

    Standardization of Nondiscrete Displays

    Abdul Ahad S. Awwal

    Discrete Display Devices and Analysis Techniques

    John C. Feltz

    Analytical Modeling and Digital Simulation of Scanning Charge-Coupled Device Imaging Systems

    Terrence S. Lomheim and Linda S. Kalman

    Display and Enhancement of Infrared Images

    Jerry Silverman and Virgil E. Vickers

    Part IV Display Issues

    The Human Factor Considerations of Image Intensification and Thermal Imaging Systems

    Clarence E. Rash and Robert W. Verona

    Color Control in Digital Displays

    Celeste McCollough Howard

    The Human Factors of Helmet-Mounted Displays and Sights

    Maxwell J. Wells and Michael Haas

    Perceptual Effects of Spatiotemporal Sampling

    Julie Mapes Lindholm

    Electro-Optic Displays—The System Perspective

    Donald L. Moon



    Mohammad A. Karim is Director, Center for Electro-Optics, and Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering Department and Electro-Optics Program, the University of Dayton, Ohio. The author or coauthor of over 125 publications and three books, he is a member of the Optical Society of America and the Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers. Dr. Karim received the B.S. degree (1976) in physics from the University of Dacca, Dacca, Bangladesh, and the M.S. degree (1978) in physics and the M.S.E.E. (1979) and Ph.D. (1981) degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa.