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1 September 1966 Sine Wave Testing And Its Practical Implications
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Proceedings Volume 0004, Geometric Optics I; (1966) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.970972
Event: Geometric Optics, 1966, El Paso, United States
Abstract
The quality of image forming optics may be determined in a number of ways from the purely psychological to the purely physical viewpoint. Sine Wave Testing is a physical method which completely specifies the optical response of an instrument. There are a number of other physical methods which can be shown to be completely equivalent. They are compared both for usefulness, ease, and accuracy of measurement. The implication of these considerations for system design and practical quality control is reviewed with emphasis of the use of Sine Wave Testing.
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Timothy Trott "Sine Wave Testing And Its Practical Implications", Proc. SPIE 0004, Geometric Optics I, (1 September 1966); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.970972
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