Modern Optical Engineering: The Design of Optical Systems

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McGraw Hill, 2000 - Technology & Engineering - 617 pages
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This compendium combines the traditional circuit "cookbook" with state-of-the-art troubleshooting techniques and is an unmatched resource for electronic circuit designers, technicians, students, and hobbyists worldwide. All 600+ predesigned circuits, which have not appeared in the earlier volumes, are conveniently grouped by function. Debugging and troubleshooting routines make it easy to integrate circuits into existing systems.

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Contents

General Principles
1
Image Formation FirstOrder Optics
21
Aberrations
61
Copyright

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Warren J. Smith, chief scientist at Kaiser Electro-Optics and an independent consultant, is one of the most widely known writers and educators in the field of optical design. He is the author of Modern Optical Engineering, Modern Lens Design, and Practical Optical System Layout.

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