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SMS2D designs as starting points for lens optimization.

07:00 EST 10th December 2018 | BioPortfolio

Summary of "SMS2D designs as starting points for lens optimization."

Traditional imaging design methods can often be ineffective when designing aspheric systems because of the large number of optimization parameters and lack of a good starting point. They are often trapped in a poor local minimum and it can be highly time-consuming to find a good solution in a bumpy design landscape. The simultaneous multiple surface (SMS) method can significantly shorten the time and effort needed to find a desired solution by providing a starting point to optimize close to a good local minimum. We investigate here two design examples and compare them with similar designs obtained via traditional design approaches, as well as global optimization. In the examples considered here, the SMS method combined with a shorter optimization leads to an optimal design.

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Name: Optics express
ISSN: 1094-4087
Pages: 32463-32474

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