1 November 1989 Geometrical Optics Of Gradient Index Lenses
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Abstract
The ray matrix method (ABCD law) is used to determine the cardinal points of a gradient index lens. An analogy to a conventional simple optical system is also established for which Gaussian and Newtonian formulas are applicable.
J. R. Flores, C. Gomez-Reino, E. Acosta, J. Linares, "Geometrical Optics Of Gradient Index Lenses," Optical Engineering 28(11), 281173 (1 November 1989). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7977116
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