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Development and Control of Fast Deformable Mirrors using the Influence Function Approach

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Development, characterization, and control of large diameter (10-cm) deformable mirrors for multi kW-class CW lasers, capable of operating at a 10-kHz sampling rate, have been described, and their operation has been verified experimentally.

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