Modern optical engineering: the design of optical systems
This is a complete update of the 1966 classic on the design of optical systems, a comprehensive reference book for the practicing engineer or scientist who requires a broad knowledge of current optical systems & their design. All chapters of their perennial seller is updated in this edition. Additional topics featured includes: fiber optics, information on thin films, & CAD systems information. A volume in McGraw-Hill's Optical & Electro-Optical Engineering Series.
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