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1, in which we show a set of coordinates for the object space and the image space, and a generic box capable of image formation. The description of the image formation process in the simplest mathe matical terms requires that we assume spatial invariance and linearity in the process of image formation; that is, the image formed from two objects simultaneously present in the object space is equal to the sum of the images formed when each object is present by itself in the object space and does not change with position.
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