International Optical Design Conference 2006 (Proceedings of SPIE v. 6342)

International Optical Design Conference 2006 (Proceedings of SPIE v. 6342)

By: Joseph M. Howard (editor), R. John Koshel (editor), G. Groot Gregory (editor)Paperback

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[Show Abstracts]; To view an abstract for an individual paper, or place a paper order, click the paper title.; 634201 The first optical convention (in English): the 1905 Optical Convention in London, England; Kevin P. Thompson; 634202 Double Gauss lens design: a review of some classics; Reginald P. Jonas, Michael D. Thorpe; 634203 Twenty-first century optical tolerancing: a look at the past and improvements for the future; Richard N. Youngworth; 634204 Alignment of optical systems; Robert E. Parks; 634205 Use of an application programming interface (API) to allow non-optical designers to perform specific optical evaluations; Mark C. Sanson; 634206 The current state of the international standard for exchange of optical data in electronic form; Prudence M. J. H. Wormell; 634207 Wavefront correction using micromirror arrays: comparing the efficacy of tip-tilt-piston and piston-only micromirror arrays; William C. Sweatt, Olga B. Spahn, William D. Cowan, David V. Wick; 634208 Interpretation of pupil aberrations in imaging systems; Jose Sasian; 634209 General sine condition for plane-symmetric imaging systems and some example aplanatic designs; Chunyu Zhao; 63420A Third-order aberrations of an AGRIN thin lens as a function of the shape and conjugate variables; Jose A. Diaz, Carles Pizarro, Josep Arasa.

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  • publication date: 15/08/2006
  • ISBN13: 9780819464279
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 968
  • ID: 9780819464279
  • ISBN10: 0819464279

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