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Design of Two-group Zoom Lens System with Wide Angle of View Using Global Structure Function

전역구조함수를 사용한 광각 2군 줌 렌즈의 설계

  • Kwon, Hyuk-Joon (Department of Applied Optics and Electromagnetics, College of Natural Science, Hannam University) ;
  • Rim, Cheon-Seog (Department of Applied Optics and Electromagnetics, College of Natural Science, Hannam University)
  • 권혁준 (한남대학교 광.전자물리학과) ;
  • 임천석 (한남대학교 광.전자물리학과)
  • Published : 2009.12.25

Abstract

We introduce a new design technique by treating a two-group zoom lens system with a wide angle of view. First, the concept of the global optimization is introduced in the initial design stage, and from this, the global design technique is completed by analyzing and summarizing large quantities of modern design data. That is, we define the global structure function to achieve a new conceptual design technique for global optimization. And the function is put in a simple form by referring lots of patent data, manipulated with other algebraic equations, and solved finally such that we obtain the global solution region. The global solution region corresponds to the global optimization and suggests insightful systematized directions for the design of two-group zoom lens systems. These directions are attractive compared to global optimization.

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