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Closed-Loop AO Performance with FrIM

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The Fractal Iterative Method (FrIM), a fast wavefront reconstruction algorithm, is here exploited for closed-loop application, opening interesting solutions to stability issues and modeliza- tion improvements, and reducing the debatable computational burden to ≃ 79 × NDoF operations.

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