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31 October 1986 Gaussian Beam Optical System Analysis By Microcomputer With Artificial Intelligence
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Gaussian beam optical system analysis by microcomputer with artificial intelligent has been studied. The analytic and symbolic forms by mu-LISP language of IBM pc microcomputer are very powerful for the purpose of Gaussian beam system analysis. The Gaussian beam optical model cosist of general model, refracting surface model, thin lens model. Using the forward chaining method the beam size locus, beam waist, sister surface are all easily be solved. The expert system consists of knowledge base with rules as well as built-in functions and the problem-solving mechanism with direct solver. The rules could be modified and adding in declarative approach, the program separates the knowledge base from the problem-solving inferance mechanisms, and could improve it performance in a dynamic manner, ie. the rules could be added and modified. Some learning mechanism are suggested in this paper also.
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Rong-Seng Chang "Gaussian Beam Optical System Analysis By Microcomputer With Artificial Intelligence", Proc. SPIE 0655, Optical System Design, Analysis, Production for Advanced Technology Systems, (31 October 1986); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.938412
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