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Entry  Thu Mar 4 17:04:52 2021, Paco, General, Design specs, Silicon TM dichroic coatings for phase I ETM_coating_candidates.pdfITM_coating_candidates.pdf
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          Reply  Wed Mar 24 17:42:50 2021, Paco, General, Design specs, Silicon TM dichroic coatings for phase I 
Message ID: 9     Entry time: Wed Mar 24 17:42:50 2021     In reply to: 7
Author: Paco 
Type: General 
Category: Design specs 
Subject: Silicon TM dichroic coatings for phase I 

Yeah, the magnitudes are the inverse weighted scalar costs (so they lie on the appropriate relative scale) and indeed larger enclosed areas point to better optima. I would be careful though, because the lines connecting the scalar costs depend on the order of the vector elements (for the plot)... so I guess if I take the cost vector and shuffle the order I would get a different irregular polygon, but maybe the area is preserved regardless of the order in which the scalars are displayed... enlightened

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Cool starfish 🌟 . What is the interpretation of the area enclosed by the vertices? Is that the (reciprocal) cost? So the better solution maximizes the area enclosed?

 

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