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4 March 1993 Optimization of color properties of multielement optical lenses
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Color properties of a multielement optical lens are usually described by a color formula which depends on lens design, optical properties of materials, and transmission coefficients of applied AR coatings. If color properties are of importance in lens design we receive a multicriterion optimization problem. To solve the problem one can use a special choice of coatings from the available coatings set and change continuously some AR coatings parameters also. The user-friendly software was expanded, which allows simultaneous optimization of color and transmission properties of modern multielement optical lenses.
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Alexander V. Tikhonravov, Aleksei A. Bikov, and Michael K. Trubetskov "Optimization of color properties of multielement optical lenses", Proc. SPIE 1782, Thin Films for Optical Systems, (4 March 1993);


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