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April, 1981

Precision Though Indefinite

Robert J. Hudak

The Optical Society's Standards Committee is trying to bring useful information on optical standards to the OSA membership. This article is part of the committee's information program. One of the most difficult problems faced by the optics industry is how to specify the visual appearance of optical surfaces.



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