object lens


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object lens

[′äb·jekt ‚lenz]
(optics)
The first lens through which light passes in a compound objective.
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Object Lens applications are built around semistructured objects that can combine free text, numbers, bit maps or links to other objects in any field.
To demonstrate its robustness and provide feedback for its design, Object Lens was used to implement the functionality of parts of several well-known CSCW systems.