Advanced Systems Analysis Program

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Advanced Systems Analysis Program
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Example of ASAP 2006 output on Windows XP
Example of ASAP 2006 output on Windows XP
Stable release
2010 Version 1, Release 1 / December 10, 2010; 6 years ago (2010-12-10)
Development status Maintained
Operating system Windows
Type CAD Software
License Proprietary. Copyright(c) 1982-2010, Breault Research Organization, Inc.
Website www.breault.com/software/asap.php

The Advanced Systems Analysis Program (ASAP) is optical engineering software used to simulate optical systems. ASAP can handle coherent as well as incoherent light sources. It is a non-sequential ray tracing tool which means that it can be used not only to analyze lens systems but also for stray light analysis. It uses a Gaussian beam approximation for analysis of coherent sources.

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