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Specification of Optical Surfaces with Anisotropic Mid-Spatial Frequency Errors

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Mid-spatial frequency (MSF) errors impact optical performance. Conventional surface specification methods assume isotropy, which gives misleading results for surfaces with anisotropic errors. We propose an alternate surface specification method.

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