Proceedings PaperAdaptive optics for high-resolution imagery: optimization of corrections
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The paper defines the concept of optimized modal correction for adaptive optics systems. The objective is to achieve the best image quality versus the disturbances to be corrected and the level of light coming from the observed object. Examples of optimized modal correction effects on optical transfer functions are given and compared to the results obtained without optimization. This work has been supported by DRET (Direction des Recherches, Etudes et Techniques) and CFH Corp. (Canada France Hawaii Corp.).