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- Publisher: WSPC (6 July 2006)
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- Language: English
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Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon.com
A few small errors such as calling paraxial rays meridional rays and calling extraxial rays skew rays.
Enjoyable reading and good MATLAB exercises. I would recommend his book.
I would compare this book the Fundamentals Photonics by Bahaa E. A. Saleh and Malvin C. Teich only with hands-on examples with Matlab.
I did not pay much attention to the code examples, but I'm sure that they should be useful for a familiar user of Matlab, Octave, Scilab or similar. I say 'familiar' because a reader that is considering to buy this book should take into account that he might need to double check the names of Matlab functions that might have been changed from the year 2004.
I think it should be most useful for physics students that have had at least a vague introduction to basic Optics and want to see how the theory is applied numerically. This book is for filling in the gaps.