In my publication [Opt. Express 22, A167 (2014)], the vertical and horizontal axes on Fig. 6 were mislabeled. Here the corrected figure is presented.

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  1. Y.-J. Chang, “Suppressing lossy-film-induced angular mismatches between reflectance and transmittance extrema: optimum optical designs of interlayers and AR coating for maximum transmittance into active layers of CIGS solar cells,” Opt. Express 22(1), A167–A178 (2014).
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Fig. 1 Robustness studies of the structure to broadband and nearly-omnidirectional incidence when it was optimized at a single incident angle based on cost function C T ( X ¯ ) or C R ( X ¯ ): the average reflectance Rave performance. Rave was averaged over the TE/TM, λ = [350,1200] nm, and θ = [0°,80°]. The horizontal axis represents the incident angle at which the optimization is conducted.