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Line of sight stabilization controllers tuning from high-level Modulation Transfer Function specifications

Abstract : A method to tune the parameters of the controller of an inertially stabilized platform is presented. This platform carries an electro-optical system. The image quality is obviously influenced by the movements of the platform: the Line of Sight (LoS) of the imager has to remain fixed in an inertial frame. The more the LoS controller manages to counter the movement of the platform, the better the image quality will be. The motion Modulation Transfer Function (motion MTF) measures the amount of blur brought into the image by the motion of the platform. It represents the contrast over spatial frequencies. Up to now, it has mostly been used as a validation tool for controllers already tuned from derived low level and conservative considerations. The proposed methodology aims to tune LoS controllers using directly the motion MTF as a criterion in the design procedure.
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S. Frasnedo, C. Chapuis, Gilles Duc, Ph. Feyel, G. Sandou. Line of sight stabilization controllers tuning from high-level Modulation Transfer Function specifications. IFAC Workshop on Advanced Control and Navigation for Autonomous Aeroespace Vehicles, Jun 2015, Séville, Spain. pp.13-18, ⟨10.1016/j.ifacol.2015.08.052⟩. ⟨hal-01259412⟩

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