Structure Function Analysis of Annular Zernike Polynomials. Anastacia M. Hvisc*, James H. Burge College of Optical Sciences/The University of Arizona * email@example.com. Outline. My work describes a method of converting annular Zernike polynomials into structure functions
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Structure Function Analysis of Annular Zernike Polynomials
Anastacia M. Hvisc*, James H. Burge
College of Optical Sciences/The University of Arizona
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“Zernike annular polynomials for imaging systems with annular pupils,” J. Opt. Soc. Am., Vol. 71, No. 1 (1981).
Analysis came up with Zernike coefficients
8.4m segment of Giant Magellan Telescope
This is actually the 2x the square root of the structure function
Multiply by two since twice the phase error after reflection
Units are difference in nm – a physically significant number