Harald Ries, Julius Muschaweck, and Andreas Timinger
Illumination optics seeks to produce a desired distribution of light on a given target
surface,starting from a source of known characteristics. Illumination optics
differs from the optical design of imaging systems in that images are not required in the
illumination system—the formation of images, in fact, is usually to be avoided.
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