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|Title:||Modeling ophthalmic surfaces using Zernike, Bessel and Chebyshev type functions|
|Author:||Rodrigues, Maria Manuela Fernandes|
Vieira, Nelson Felipe Loureiro
|Abstract:||The visual system of the human eye is a part of the central nervous system by which the human body sees and interprets the information provided by the visible light in order to build a representation of the world around. During the propagations of the light through the eye, the retinal image can be deteriorated by diseases and disorders. For retinal images, the most important sources of images quality degradation are diffraction and optical aberrations. In order to measure and correct aberrations, there is a number of surfaces related to the anatomy and physiology of the eye. It is important to measure and mathematically model these surfaces to study their properties.|
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