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Matrix methods for optical layout / Gerhard Kloos

By: Contributor(s): Resource type: Ressourcentyp: Buch (Online)Book (Online)Language: English Series: Tutorial texts in optical engineering ; 77Publisher: Bellingham, Wash. <1000 20th St. Bellingham WA 98225-6705 USA> : SPIE, c2007Description: 1 online resource (xii, 121 p. : ill.)ISBN:
  • 9780819478757
  • 0819467804
  • 9780819467805
Subject(s): Additional physical formats: 0819467804. | 9780819467805. | Available in another form: No title DDC classification:
  • 681.4
  • 681/.4 22
LOC classification:
  • QC355.3
DOI: DOI: 10.1117/3.737850Online resources: Additional physical formats: Also available in print.Summary: This book is intended to familiarize the reader with the method of Gaussian matrices and some related tools of optical design. The matrix method provides a means to study an optical system in the paraxial approximation. This text contains new results such as theorems on the design of variable optics, on integrating rods, on the optical layout of prism devices, etc. The results are derived in a step-by-step way so that the reader might apply the methods presented here to resolve design problems with easeSummary: 1. An introduction to tools and concepts. 1.1. Matrix method -- 1.2. Basic elements -- 1.3. Comparison of matrix representations used in the literature -- 1.4. Building up a lens -- 1.5. Cardinal elements -- 1.6. Using matrices for optical-layout purposes -- 1.7. Lens doublet -- 1.8. Decomposition of matrices and system synthesis -- 1.9. Central theorem of first-order ray tracing -- 1.10. Aperture stop and field stop -- 1.11. Lagrange invariant -- 1.12. Petzval radius -- 1.13. Delano diagram -- 1.14. Phase space -- 1.15. An alternative paraxial calculation method -- 1.16. Gaussian bracketsSummary: 4. Anamorphic optics. 4.1. Two alternative matrix representations -- 4.2. Orthogonal and nonorthogonal anamorphic descriptions -- 4.3. Cascading -- 4.4. Rotation of an anamorphic component with respect to the optical axis -- 4.5. Examples -- 4.6. Imaging condition -- 4.7. Incorporating sensitivities and tolerances in the analysisSummary: 5. Optical systems. 5.1. Single-pass optics -- 5.2. Double-pass optics -- 5.3. Multiple-pass optics -- 5.4. Systems with a divided optical path -- 5.5. Nested ray tracing -- 6. Outlook -- Bibliography -- IndexSummary: This book is intended to familiarize the reader with the method of Gaussian matrices and some related tools of optical design. The matrix method provides a means to study an optical system in the paraxial approximation. This text contains new results such as theorems on the design of variable optics, on integrating rods, on the optical layout of prism devices, etc. The results are derived in a step-by-step way so that the reader might apply the methods presented here to resolve design problems with easeSummary: 5. Optical systems. 5.1. Single-pass optics -- 5.2. Double-pass optics -- 5.3. Multiple-pass optics -- 5.4. Systems with a divided optical path -- 5.5. Nested ray tracing -- 6. Outlook -- Bibliography -- IndexPublication frequency: Erscheinungsweise: 1. An introduction to tools and concepts. 1.1. Matrix method -- 1.2. Basic elements -- 1.3. Comparison of matrix representations used in the literature -- 1.4. Building up a lens -- 1.5. Cardinal elements -- 1.6. Using matrices for optical-layout purposes -- 1.7. Lens doublet -- 1.8. Decomposition of matrices and system synthesis -- 1.9. Central theorem of first-order ray tracing -- 1.10. Aperture stop and field stop -- 1.11. Lagrange invariant -- 1.12. Petzval radius -- 1.13. Delano diagram -- 1.14. Phase space -- 1.15. An alternative paraxial calculation method -- 1.16. Gaussian bracketsPPN: PPN: 1018189432Package identifier: Produktsigel: ZDB-50-SPI
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