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PROCEEDINGS VOLUME 8178

Optics in Atmospheric Propagation and Adaptive Systems XIV
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Volume Number: 8178
Date Published: 5 October 2011

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Front Matter: Volume 8178
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Seasonal trends and nightly fluctuations of SWIR air-glow irradiance
Author(s): David C. Dayton; Jeffrey Allen; Rudolph Nolasco; John D. Gonglewski; Michael Myers; Gregory Fertig
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Spatial and temporal variability of SWIR airglow measurements
Author(s): Jeffery Allen; David Dayton; Gregory Fertig; John Gonglewski; Michael Myers; Rudolph Nolasco
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Investigations of SNR for a short-wave infrared intensity interferometer
Author(s): Jeremy Murray-Krezan; David Dayton; Jeffrey Allen; John Gonglewski; Michael Myers; Rudolph Nolasco; Gregory Fertig
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Validation of the background simulation model MATISSE: comparing results with MODIS satellite images
Author(s): Caroline Schweitzer; Karin Stein; Norbert Wendelstein; Luc Labarre; Karine Caillault; Sandrine Fauqueux; Claire Malherbe; Antoine Roblin; Bernard Rosier; Pierre Simoneau
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Multiresolution infrared optical properties for Gaussian sea surfaces computations: comparison against the MIRAMER campaign measurements in solar glint configurations
Author(s): Sandrine Fauqueux; Stéphane Langlois; Claire Malherbe; Karine Caillault; Luc Labarre
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Marine boundary layer investigations in the False Bay, supported by optical refraction and scintillation measurements
Author(s): Arie N. de Jong; Alexander M. J. van Eijk; Koen W. Benoist; Willem H. Gunter; George Vrahimis; Faith J. October
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Stability and height dependant variations of the structure function parameters in the lower atmospheric boundary layer investigated from measurements of the long-term experiment VERTURM (vertical turbulence measurements)
Author(s): Detlev Sprung; Peter Grossmann; Erik Sucher; Karin Weiss-Wrana; Karin Stein
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Ground-based solar astrometric measurements during the PICARD mission
Author(s): A. Irbah; M. Meftah; T. Corbard; R. Ikhlef; F. Morand; P. Assus; M. Fodil; M. Lin; E. Ducourt; P. Lesueur; G. Poiet; C. Renaud; M. Rouze
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Coherence of Bessel beams propagating in turbulent media
Author(s): Igor P. Lukin
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Statistical properties of density fluctuations in the atmosphere
Author(s): Fedor V. Shugaev; Ludmila S. Shtemenko; Olga I. Dokukina; Oxana A. Nikolaeva; Tatiana A. Petrova; Oxana A. Solenaya
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Increase of adaptive correction efficiency of turbulent distortions on basis of measurements by the Shack-Hartmann wavefront sensor
Author(s): L. V. Antoshkin; V. V. Lavrinov; L. N. Lavrinova; V. P. Lukin
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Imaging through turbulence with temporally and spatially multiplexed systems
Author(s): Gleb Vdovin; Oleg Soloviev; Mikhail Loktev; Slava Savenko
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Development of adaptive optics devices for solar telescope
Author(s): L. V. Antoshkin; O. N. Emaleev; N. N. Botugina; P. A. Konyaev; E. A. Kopylov; V. P. Lukin
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Compensating aberrations of a 6-inch concave membrane mirror
Author(s): Ivo Buske; Peter Becker
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New phasor reconstruction for speckle imaging
Author(s): Gregory C. Dente; Michael L. Tilton
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Compensating atmospheric distortions of point sources and extended objects through an adaptive iterative procedure
Author(s): C. Scheifling; G. Marchi
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Software-based turbulence mitigation of short exposure image data with motion detection and background segmentation
Author(s): Claudia S. Huebner
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Coherent beam combining of collimated fiber array based on target-in-the-loop technique
Author(s): Xinyang Li; Chao Geng; Xiaojun Zhang; Changhui Rao
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A novel wavefront sensing technique for high speed atmospheric measurement based on digital micromirror device
Author(s): Ping Yang; Shuai Wang; Mingwu Ao; Bing Xu
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