Abstract

Previous research on the decomposition of refractive atmospheric turbulence into Zernike polynomials [1-2] is extended to strong, non-Kolmogorov, and anisotropic turbulence using simulations and approximate analyses. The results are useful in image reconstruction and adaptive optics design.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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