The Resource Introduction to aberrations in optical imaging systems, José Sasián
Introduction to aberrations in optical imaging systems, José Sasián
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 Accessible, well presented introduction to the theory of optical aberrations, covering key topics that are often missing from comparable books
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 eng
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 1 online resource
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 Preface; Acknowledgements; Harold H. Hopkins; Roland V. Shack; Symbols; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Optical systems and imaging aberrations; 1.2 Historical highlights; 2 Basic concepts in geometrical optics; 2.1 Rays and wavefronts; 2.2 Symmetry in optical imaging systems; 2.3 The object and the image spaces; 2.4 The aperture stop, the pupils, and the field stop; 2.5 Significant planes and rays; 2.6 The field and aperture vectors; 2.7 Real, firstorder, and paraxial rays; 2.8 Firstorder ray invariants; 2.9 Conventions for firstorder ray tracing; 2.10 Firstorder raytrace example
 2.11 Transverse ray errors2.12 Stop shifting; Exercises; 3 Imaging with light rays; 3.1 Collinear transformation; 3.2 Gaussian imaging equations; 3.3 Newtonian imaging equations; 3.4 Derivation of the collinear transformation equations; 3.5 Cardinal points and planes; 3.6 Firstorder rays' congruence with the collinear transformation; 3.7 The camera obscura; 3.8 Review of linear shiftinvariant systems theory; 3.9 Imaging with a camera obscura; 3.10 Optical transfer function of the camera obscura; 3.11 The modulation transfer function and image contrast; 3.12 Summary; Exercises
 4 Imaging with light waves4.1 Spherical, oblique, and plane waves; 4.2 Light diffraction by an aperture; 4.3 Farfield diffraction; 4.4 Diffraction by a circular aperture; 4.5 Action of an aplanatic lens system on a plane wave; 4.6 Fourier transforming properties of a lens system; 4.7 4f optical relay system; 4.8 Imaging with an 8f optical projection system; 4.9 Imaging with coherent illumination; 4.10 Imaging with incoherent illumination; 4.11 Imaging with partially coherent illumination; 4.12 The WeylLalor relationship; 4.13 Summary; Exercises; 5 The wave aberration function
 5.1 Theory of aberrations5.2 Learning aberration theory; 5.3 Heuristic approach to aberrations according to symmetry; 5.4 The aberration function; 5.5 Determination of the wavefront deformation; 5.6 Parity of the aberrations; 5.7 Note on the choice of coordinates; 5.8 Summary; Exercises; 6 The location and size of an image; 6.1 Change of focus and change of magnification; 6.2 Piston terms; 6.3 Change of reference sphere radius; 6.4 Images in the presence of defocus; 6.5 Chromatic aberrations; 6.6 Surface contributions to the chromatic aberrations; 6.7 Cases of zero surface contribution
 6.8 Chromatic coefficients for a system of thin lenses6.9 Cases of zero thin lens contribution; 6.10 The achromatic doublet lens; Exercises; 7 Wavefront aberrations; 7.1 Wavefront deformation; 7.2 Wave aberration fans; 7.3 Physical images in the presence of aberrations; 7.4 Wavefront variance; 7.5 Aberration balancing; 7.6 The RayleighStrehl ratio; Exercises; 8 Ray aberrations; 8.1 Relationship between the wavefront deformation and the transverse ray error; 8.2 Components of the transverse ray aberrations; 8.3 Spot diagrams; 8.4 Through focus spot diagrams; 8.5 Images of extended objects
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 9781139624947
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 Introduction to aberrations in optical imaging systems
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 Introduction to aberrations in optical imaging systems
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 José Sasián
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 eng
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 Accessible, well presented introduction to the theory of optical aberrations, covering key topics that are often missing from comparable books
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 Sasian, Jose M
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 QC671
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 Preface; Acknowledgements; Harold H. Hopkins; Roland V. Shack; Symbols; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Optical systems and imaging aberrations; 1.2 Historical highlights; 2 Basic concepts in geometrical optics; 2.1 Rays and wavefronts; 2.2 Symmetry in optical imaging systems; 2.3 The object and the image spaces; 2.4 The aperture stop, the pupils, and the field stop; 2.5 Significant planes and rays; 2.6 The field and aperture vectors; 2.7 Real, firstorder, and paraxial rays; 2.8 Firstorder ray invariants; 2.9 Conventions for firstorder ray tracing; 2.10 Firstorder raytrace example
 2.11 Transverse ray errors2.12 Stop shifting; Exercises; 3 Imaging with light rays; 3.1 Collinear transformation; 3.2 Gaussian imaging equations; 3.3 Newtonian imaging equations; 3.4 Derivation of the collinear transformation equations; 3.5 Cardinal points and planes; 3.6 Firstorder rays' congruence with the collinear transformation; 3.7 The camera obscura; 3.8 Review of linear shiftinvariant systems theory; 3.9 Imaging with a camera obscura; 3.10 Optical transfer function of the camera obscura; 3.11 The modulation transfer function and image contrast; 3.12 Summary; Exercises
 4 Imaging with light waves4.1 Spherical, oblique, and plane waves; 4.2 Light diffraction by an aperture; 4.3 Farfield diffraction; 4.4 Diffraction by a circular aperture; 4.5 Action of an aplanatic lens system on a plane wave; 4.6 Fourier transforming properties of a lens system; 4.7 4f optical relay system; 4.8 Imaging with an 8f optical projection system; 4.9 Imaging with coherent illumination; 4.10 Imaging with incoherent illumination; 4.11 Imaging with partially coherent illumination; 4.12 The WeylLalor relationship; 4.13 Summary; Exercises; 5 The wave aberration function
 5.1 Theory of aberrations5.2 Learning aberration theory; 5.3 Heuristic approach to aberrations according to symmetry; 5.4 The aberration function; 5.5 Determination of the wavefront deformation; 5.6 Parity of the aberrations; 5.7 Note on the choice of coordinates; 5.8 Summary; Exercises; 6 The location and size of an image; 6.1 Change of focus and change of magnification; 6.2 Piston terms; 6.3 Change of reference sphere radius; 6.4 Images in the presence of defocus; 6.5 Chromatic aberrations; 6.6 Surface contributions to the chromatic aberrations; 6.7 Cases of zero surface contribution
 6.8 Chromatic coefficients for a system of thin lenses6.9 Cases of zero thin lens contribution; 6.10 The achromatic doublet lens; Exercises; 7 Wavefront aberrations; 7.1 Wavefront deformation; 7.2 Wave aberration fans; 7.3 Physical images in the presence of aberrations; 7.4 Wavefront variance; 7.5 Aberration balancing; 7.6 The RayleighStrehl ratio; Exercises; 8 Ray aberrations; 8.1 Relationship between the wavefront deformation and the transverse ray error; 8.2 Components of the transverse ray aberrations; 8.3 Spot diagrams; 8.4 Through focus spot diagrams; 8.5 Images of extended objects
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 Introduction to aberrations in optical imaging systems, José Sasián
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 Includes bibliographical references and index
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 Preface; Acknowledgements; Harold H. Hopkins; Roland V. Shack; Symbols; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Optical systems and imaging aberrations; 1.2 Historical highlights; 2 Basic concepts in geometrical optics; 2.1 Rays and wavefronts; 2.2 Symmetry in optical imaging systems; 2.3 The object and the image spaces; 2.4 The aperture stop, the pupils, and the field stop; 2.5 Significant planes and rays; 2.6 The field and aperture vectors; 2.7 Real, firstorder, and paraxial rays; 2.8 Firstorder ray invariants; 2.9 Conventions for firstorder ray tracing; 2.10 Firstorder raytrace example
 2.11 Transverse ray errors2.12 Stop shifting; Exercises; 3 Imaging with light rays; 3.1 Collinear transformation; 3.2 Gaussian imaging equations; 3.3 Newtonian imaging equations; 3.4 Derivation of the collinear transformation equations; 3.5 Cardinal points and planes; 3.6 Firstorder rays' congruence with the collinear transformation; 3.7 The camera obscura; 3.8 Review of linear shiftinvariant systems theory; 3.9 Imaging with a camera obscura; 3.10 Optical transfer function of the camera obscura; 3.11 The modulation transfer function and image contrast; 3.12 Summary; Exercises
 4 Imaging with light waves4.1 Spherical, oblique, and plane waves; 4.2 Light diffraction by an aperture; 4.3 Farfield diffraction; 4.4 Diffraction by a circular aperture; 4.5 Action of an aplanatic lens system on a plane wave; 4.6 Fourier transforming properties of a lens system; 4.7 4f optical relay system; 4.8 Imaging with an 8f optical projection system; 4.9 Imaging with coherent illumination; 4.10 Imaging with incoherent illumination; 4.11 Imaging with partially coherent illumination; 4.12 The WeylLalor relationship; 4.13 Summary; Exercises; 5 The wave aberration function
 5.1 Theory of aberrations5.2 Learning aberration theory; 5.3 Heuristic approach to aberrations according to symmetry; 5.4 The aberration function; 5.5 Determination of the wavefront deformation; 5.6 Parity of the aberrations; 5.7 Note on the choice of coordinates; 5.8 Summary; Exercises; 6 The location and size of an image; 6.1 Change of focus and change of magnification; 6.2 Piston terms; 6.3 Change of reference sphere radius; 6.4 Images in the presence of defocus; 6.5 Chromatic aberrations; 6.6 Surface contributions to the chromatic aberrations; 6.7 Cases of zero surface contribution
 6.8 Chromatic coefficients for a system of thin lenses6.9 Cases of zero thin lens contribution; 6.10 The achromatic doublet lens; Exercises; 7 Wavefront aberrations; 7.1 Wavefront deformation; 7.2 Wave aberration fans; 7.3 Physical images in the presence of aberrations; 7.4 Wavefront variance; 7.5 Aberration balancing; 7.6 The RayleighStrehl ratio; Exercises; 8 Ray aberrations; 8.1 Relationship between the wavefront deformation and the transverse ray error; 8.2 Components of the transverse ray aberrations; 8.3 Spot diagrams; 8.4 Through focus spot diagrams; 8.5 Images of extended objects
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