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Rethinking the modeling of the instrumental response of telescopes with a differentiable optical model

@article{Liaudat2021RethinkingTM,
  title={Rethinking the modeling of the instrumental response of telescopes with a differentiable optical model},
  author={T. Liaudat and J-L. Starck and Martin Kilbinger and Pierre Antoine Frugier},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2111.12541}
}
We propose a paradigm shift in the data-driven modeling of the instrumental response field of telescopes. By adding a differentiable optical forward model into the modeling framework, we change the data-driven modeling space from the pixels to the wavefront. This allows to transfer a great deal of complexity from the instrumental response into the forward model while being able to adapt to the observations, remaining data-driven. Our framework allows a way forward to building powerful models… 

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