Feasibility of Constrained Receding Horizon Control Implementation in Adaptive Optics

@article{Konnik2015FeasibilityOC,
  title={Feasibility of Constrained Receding Horizon Control Implementation in Adaptive Optics},
  author={Mikhail V. Konnik and Jos{\'e} A. De Don{\'a}},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology},
  year={2015},
  volume={23},
  pages={274-289}
}
Adaptive optics (AO) provide real-time compensation for atmospheric turbulence to improve the resolution of images acquired by ground-based optical telescopes. The actuators in deformable mirrors, which are used as correctors, are constrained by a maximal allowable movement. The control techniques used in current AO systems do not account for these constraints, leading to inferior performance and a risk of damage of the deformable mirror's surface. This paper presents a feasibility study for… CONTINUE READING

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