8 December 1998 Robust line-of-sight stability and jitter compensation using spatiotemporal-filtering-based control approaches
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A spatio-temporal filter (STF) based active vibration suppression technique is presented. The STF approach is intended for use for stability and jitter compensation for the UltraLITE Precision Deployable Experiment -- a ground demonstration of a sparse array, deployable, large aperture, optical space telescope concept. This technique is well suited for control of complex, real-world structures because it requires little model information, autonomously accommodates sensor and actuator failures, is computationally efficient and the controller is easily updated to account for time varying system dynamics. An overview of the STF approach is given and experimental active vibration suppression results obtained on the Mirror Mass Simulator testbed at AFRL, Kirtland AFB are presented.
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Stuart J. Shelley, Stuart J. Shelley, Thomas D. Sharp, Thomas D. Sharp, Keith K. Denoyer, Keith K. Denoyer, } "Robust line-of-sight stability and jitter compensation using spatiotemporal-filtering-based control approaches", Proc. SPIE 3430, Novel Optical Systems and Large-Aperture Imaging, (8 December 1998); doi: 10.1117/12.332479; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.332479
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