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From the PublisherREVIEW OF CURRENT EDITION:
"Introduction to the Optics of the Eye by Goss and West should be a welcome reference book to answer the practicing clinician's questions about optics or to explain something new and unfamiliar that might have come up at a recent meeting, such as partial coherence interferometry. The book moves through the basics of geometric and physical optics, then the optics of the eye, primarily the dioptrics of schematic eyes. Readers will find clear, concise, and understandable answers to their optics-related questions."
- Optometry and Vision Science - 2003