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Application of Radial Basis Functions to Represent Optical Freeform Surfaces

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This paper presents the use of radial basis functions (RBF) for describing freeform optical surfaces. The RBF approximation framework along with preliminary optical design experiences will be summarized.

© 2010 OSA, SPIE

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