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5 July 2000 OISI dynamic end-to-end modeling tool
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The OISI Dynamic end-to-end modeling tool is tailored to end-to-end modeling and dynamic simulation of Earth- and space-based actively controlled optical instruments such as e.g. optical stellar interferometers. `End-to-end modeling' is meant to denote the feature that the overall model comprises besides optical sub-models also structural, sensor, actuator, controller and disturbance sub-models influencing the optical transmission, so that the system- level instrument performance due to disturbances and active optics can be simulated. This tool has been developed to support performance analysis and prediction as well as control loop design and fine-tuning for OISI, Germany's preparatory program for optical/infrared spaceborne interferometry initiated in 1994 by Dornier Satellitensysteme GmbH in Friedrichshafen.
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Michael Kersten, Alexander Weidler, Rainer Wilhelm, Ulrich A. Johann, and Laszlo Szerdahelyi "OISI dynamic end-to-end modeling tool", Proc. SPIE 4006, Interferometry in Optical Astronomy, (5 July 2000);

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