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13 June 1989 Interactive Tolerance Analysis Using Optimization Error Functions
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We have developed an interactive tolerancing capability for our optical design program, using the optimization error function as the performance criterion. The implementation was carried out using the program's built-in command language, and allows evaluation based on either the error function used during the actual design phase or a standard criterion (magnification, distortion, rms spotsize or wavefront error, etc.). This approach is more flexible than schemes that permit only pre-defined criteria.
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Paul O McLaughlin "Interactive Tolerance Analysis Using Optimization Error Functions", Proc. SPIE 1049, Recent Trends in Optical Systems Design and Computer Lens Design Workshop II, (13 June 1989); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.951408
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