4 August 2014 COMPASS: an efficient, scalable and versatile numerical platform for the development of ELT AO systems
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The main objective of the COMPASS project is to provide a full scale end-to-end AO development platform, able to address the E-ELT scale and designed as a free, open source numerical tool with a long term maintenance plan. The development of this platform is based on a full integration of software with hardware and relies on an optimized implementation on heterogeneous hardware using GPUs as accelerators. In this paper, we present the overall platform, the various work packages of this project, the milestones to be reached, the results already obtained and the first output of the ongoing collaborations.
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D. Gratadour, D. Gratadour, M. Puech, M. Puech, C. Vérinaud, C. Vérinaud, P. Kestener, P. Kestener, M. Gray, M. Gray, C. Petit, C. Petit, J. Brulé, J. Brulé, Y. Clénet, Y. Clénet, F. Ferreira, F. Ferreira, E. Gendron, E. Gendron, M. Lainé, M. Lainé, A. Sevin, A. Sevin, G. Rousset, G. Rousset, F. Hammer, F. Hammer, I. Jégouzo, I. Jégouzo, Michele Paillous, Michele Paillous, S. Taburet, S. Taburet, Y. Yang, Y. Yang, J.-L. Beuzit, J.-L. Beuzit, A. Carlotti, A. Carlotti, M. Westphal, M. Westphal, B. Epinat, B. Epinat, M. Ferrari, M. Ferrari, T. Gautrais, T. Gautrais, J. C. Lambert, J. C. Lambert, B. Neichel, B. Neichel, S. Rodionov, S. Rodionov, } "COMPASS: an efficient, scalable and versatile numerical platform for the development of ELT AO systems", Proc. SPIE 9148, Adaptive Optics Systems IV, 91486O (4 August 2014); doi: 10.1117/12.2056358; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2056358
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