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Mathematical Properties of Describing Freeform Optical Surfaces with Orthogonal Bases

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Abstract

Orthogonal polynomials offer several mathematical properties for describing freeform optical surfaces. To leverage these properties, their interaction with variables such as tip and tilt, base sphere and conic variables, and packaging variables must be understood.

© 2017 Optical Society of America

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