Abstract

A specific computer program for the intermediate and final stages of a lens design problem is described. The program is based on an orthonormal aberration theory as defined in Part I of this paper. The program is intended to run unattended from input data to conclusion. The program has been used successfully and results are described qualitatively.

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  2. C. G. Wynne and M, Nunn, Proc, Phys. Soc, (London) 74, 316 (1959).

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C. G. Wynne and M, Nunn, Proc, Phys. Soc, (London) 74, 316 (1959).

Wynne, C. G.

C. G. Wynne, Proc. Phys. Soc. (London) 73, 777 (1959).

C. G. Wynne and M, Nunn, Proc, Phys. Soc, (London) 74, 316 (1959).

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C. G. Wynne, Proc. Phys. Soc. (London) 73, 777 (1959).

C. G. Wynne and M, Nunn, Proc, Phys. Soc, (London) 74, 316 (1959).

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