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A Fract al Iterative Method for Fast Wavefront Reconstruction for Extremely Large Telescopes

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We introduce FrIM, a novel fast iterative minimum variance algorithm for wavefront reconstruction. Its computation load scales as O(N) only. Kolmogorov priors are computed with a multiscale algorithm, and an effective preconditioning speeds-up the convergence.

© 2007 Optical Society of America

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