By Darko Vasiljevic
The optimization of optical platforms is a really previous challenge. once lens designers came upon the potential of designing optical structures, the need to enhance these platforms via the technique of optimization started. for a very long time the optimization of optical platforms was once attached with recognized mathematical theories of optimization which gave strong effects, yet required lens designers to have a powerful wisdom approximately optimized optical structures. lately glossy optimization equipment were constructed that aren't based mostly at the recognized mathematical theories of optimization, yet relatively on analogies with nature. whereas trying to find profitable optimization equipment, scientists spotted that the strategy of natural evolution (well-known Darwinian conception of evolution) represented an optimum technique of model of dwelling organisms to their altering atmosphere. If the strategy of natural evolution used to be very winning in nature, the foundations of the organic evolution may be utilized to the matter of optimization of complicated technical systems.
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Then the simulated annealing will overcome the major weakness of DLS, getting stuck in a nearest local minimum, while the rapid convergence of DLS will overcome the two weaknesses of the simulated annealing, the poor convergence and the sensitivity to an ALl",(SO) value selection. 7 Glatzel's adaptive optimization All described optimization methods have one thing in common. The number of aberrations were always greater then the number of variable constructional parameters. GlatzeI's adaptive optimization method is the first optimization method where the number of variable constructional parameters are greater than the number of the aberrations.
5 expected offspring. 1) is assigned to the individual, so that the individuals with very small-scaled merit function had a small chance of reproducing. 4 Exponential Scaling The exponential scaling is the scaling method where the starting merit function is taken to some specific power near one. 1. 5 Logarithmic scaling The logarithmic scaling is the scaling method where the new-scaled merit function is proportional to the logarithm of the starting merit function. This scaling method is proposed in Grefenstette and Baker  and Back .
This information is used to develop the quadratic extrapolation factors. The solution vector L1Xi determined from the last least squares iteration is used for calculating the ELS extrapolation factors. The optical system, as described by the vector of aberrational functions, is updated at the new location in the parameter space Xi+! 29) ~ have the values retained from the prevIOus . /;,- aX j iteration step. 30) Classical algorithms in the optimization of optical systems 23 where: is the first partial derivative of the aberration function with respect to jth constructional parameter obtained by the ith least squares iteration; dfi_l dX j flX i is the first partial derivative of the aberration function with respect to jth constructional parameter obtained by the (i_l)th least squares iteration; is the solution vector obtained by the ith least squares iteration.