The volume Wavefront Optics for Vision Correction is written for vision-research scientists, ophthalmic device engineers and clinicians who are working to correct their patients’ vision. The 363-page publication addresses concepts and principles of ocular correction, wavefront sensing and reconstruction methods, and ocular wavefront manipulation and analysis, including conversion, transformation (pupil constriction, cyclorotation and decentration), propagation and evaluation. Orthonormal polynomials are introduced for the representation of ocular aberrations, along with ocular aberration statistics and the clinical results of wavefront-driven refractive surgery. Examples, graphs, tables and Matlab codes are provided. Guang-ming Dai; SPIE Press, Bellingham, Wash., 2008; $68, members; $80, nonmembers.