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Monochromatic quartet: a search for the global optimum

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Donald C. O'Shea

Georgia Institute of Technology (USA)

Proc. SPIE 1354, 1990 Intl Lens Design Conf, 548 (January 1, 1991); doi:10.1117/12.47896
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  • 1990 Intl Lens Design Conf
  • George N. Lawrence
  • Monterey, United States | June 11, 1990

abstract

Inthgued by the multiplicity of solutions of a triplet lens David Shafer devised a problem to seek out the best solution for a four lens design. To simplify things all elements were made of BK7 glass so that the lens would work only at a single wavelength. This is a report on the response of members of the lens design community to this intriguing problem. After a profile of the participants the form of the best solutions will be discussed. The prescriptions for the lenses with evaluated spot sizes below 3 im are given. 1.

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Donald C. O'Shea
"Monochromatic quartet: a search for the global optimum", Proc. SPIE 1354, 1990 Intl Lens Design Conf, 548 (January 1, 1991); doi:10.1117/12.47896; http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.47896


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