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Project Summary

FOAM is backwards for Modular Adaptive Optics Framework and aims to provide just that, a software framework which can easily be implemented in an adaptive optics setup by re-using modules of code which take care of one aspect of the complete AO controlling.

On top of that, FOAM is intended to be:

* portable: it should run on many (unix like) systems,
* scalable: it will provide scalability through threading in crucial parts,
* open source: the source will be open and well documented, such that it can be easily developed by someone else.

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adaptive ao correction framework modular optics science sensing wavefront

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Jan 1 2023 — Jan 31 2023

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Jan 31 2022 — Jan 31 2023

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