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By I.V. Minin, O.V. Minin

ISBN-10: 0750309075

ISBN-13: 9780750309073

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It is clear in this connection that, as the complexity of problems grows, straightforward increase in computer power will not always be adequate, even with the persistent trend of growing power of modern computers. Therefore, the development of efficient algorithms for computing diffraction integrals is an urgent and demanded task. These aspects become especially acute both since the aperture of diffractional elements D= increases, and since the width of the peripheral Fresnel zone for high-aperture elements becomes comparable with wavelength.

Components of the functions. For the inverse FFT the sample size was increased to 1024. 7) (here we follow [18]). Let the generatrix of the surface of an MWDO element be described by an equation of the type r ¼ f ðzÞ. Then an element of the area of the surface can be written in the form dS ¼ r½1 þ ðdr=dzÞ2 Š1=2 dz d: ð1:30Þ The diffraction integral for the observation point P with the coordinates ðx1 ; y1 ; z1 Þ is written for a plane wave front that is incident on the diffraction element as   ð zn ð 2 ðQÞ 2Q exp ÿ i Un ¼ dS ð1:31Þ Q  zn ÿ 1 0 where Q ¼ ½ð ÿ zÞ2 þ ðr cos Þ2 þ ðr sin  ÿ xn Þ2 Š1=2 and ðQÞ ¼ 1 þ ð ÿ zÞ=Q.

Many realistic problems can be formulated as a search for optimal value, where the value is a complicated function of a number of input parameters. In some cases it is of more interest to find those values of parameters for which the best accurate value of the function is reached. In other cases the exact optimum is not required: any value which is better than a certain preset value is regarded as a solution. In this situation genetic algorithms are frequently the best among the acceptable methods of searching for ‘good’ values.

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