Abstract

Generalized sharpness-maximization phase-error-correction algorithms are made computationally efficient by using closed-form gradients. The second derivative of the metric’s point nonlinearity can be chosen to tune the algorithm to the statistics of the scene.

© 2001 Optical Society of America

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