By J. F. Bille (auth.), Prof. Dr. Josef F. Bille, Carol F. H. Harner PhD, Dr. Frieder H. Loesel (eds.)
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F. Bille et al. '-"----- . 24 iJd X Fig. 7. Intensity distribution of the diffraction pattern with a circular pupil. The positions of the minima are given Systems with Aberrations. The waves that come out of these systems differ clearly from a spherical wave and the cause is the optical aberrations. These are normally more or less regular differences that the real system or its optical components have from the ideal system. There is for example the existence of different indices of refraction in the center and the edges of the pupil, which is called spherical aberration.
F. Bille et al. 5 20/1 0 20/8 20/6 Fig. 20. Vision chart for a 20/10 eye (with Styles-Crawford effect) corrected with a segmented active mirror. 5 20/10 20/8 20/6 Fig. 21. F. Bille et al. 5 20/10 20/8 20/6 Fig. 22. 5 20/10 20/8 20/6 Fig. 23. Vision chart for a strongly comatic eye (with Styles--Crawford effect) after correction with a segmented mirror (see caption to Fig. 20) References 1. N. Charman: Visual Optics and Instrumentation. Volume 1 of Vision and Visual Dysfunction. , London, 1991) 2.
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Aberration-Free Refractive Surgery: New Frontiers in Vision by J. F. Bille (auth.), Prof. Dr. Josef F. Bille, Carol F. H. Harner PhD, Dr. Frieder H. Loesel (eds.)