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Decreasing the illumination wavelength provides the potential to improve the spatial resolution in all imaging techniques. Hence there is currently high interest in imaging using laboratory short wavelength sources. This chapter describes approaches to EUV imaging utilizing a compact table-top capillary discharge EUV laser. Various coherent imaging techniques, such as two and three dimensional holography, computer generated holograms (CGHs), EUV reconstruction and generalized Talbot self-imaging will be presented.

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