Abstract

A computing scheme involving only 19 entries per surface is developed for the calculation <i>ab initio</i> of the coefficient of tertiary spherical aberration (and incidentally also the primary and secondary coefficients), and the contributions thereto by the individual (spherical) refracting surfaces of a centered system. A detailed example is provided.

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