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Fig. 2.


Comparing the focal plane electric field with its PW estimate in the root mean square error metric (in dashed line in grey). The RMSE was calculated on the pixels where the difference between the true electric field and its focal plane estimate does not exceed three times the standard deviation of the true electric field. The pixels above this value are called “mis-estimated pixels”. The ratio between the mis-estimated pixels and the total number of pixels in the DH area is multiplied by 10 and then plotted in blue. For the PW process, the first probe used is the actuator 466. The second probe is the bump of the actuator whose index is indicated in the x axis. The position of all these actuators are presented in Fig. 1. The green crosses represent the ratio of mis-estimated pixels when the actuator 466 is associated with its four closest neighbors. The red cross represents a poor case when the actuator 466 is combined with the actuator 390. The actuator 591 is randomly chosen to illustrate an average result (yellow cross).

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