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Abbe's rediscovery and interpretation of the Smith-Helmholtz invariance principle in centered optical imaging systems [4-6] led him to formulate the well-known Abbe or sine condition: The condition for stigmatic imaging of off-axis object points is that the quantity n x sin u takes the same value in image space as in object space. Here X is the off-axis coordinate of either an object point P or its image, n is the index of refraction in object or image space, and u is the angle of an imaging ray through P with the optical axis.
Application of Optical Fourier Transforms by Henry Stark