NAME: hrcmodel PURPOSE: (one line) Generate synthetic PSF images for the HST ACS/HRC. DESCRIPTION: A generated PSF is added to the output array. If the array is not defined, it is created with dimensions 1024 by 512. Successive calls will add objects (PSF's) to the array. CATEGORY: CCD data processing CALLING SEQUENCE: hrcmodel, x, y, inten, filter, bmvnum, back, image INPUTS: x, y : Position of the PSF in the output array. inten : Intensity of PSF relative to TinyTim output PSF filter : Filter name. May be f439w or f555w. bmvnum : TinyTim Color Index (B-V) number (integer) OR a directory name. See HSTPSF documentation header for details. back : Background to be added. OPTIONAL INPUT PARAMETERS: JITTER : If set contains the gaussian smearing to apply to the image. This is in units of 1/e half width. If not set, no smearing is applied. OBJRAD : Radius of object in pixels. If not set, assumed to be a point source. If set and radius is greater than 0.5, then PSF is convolved with a circular function of this radius. This models the object as a Lambert disk, crude but useful for barely resolved objects. KEYWORD PARAMETERS: HSTPATH : Alternate path for HST PSF's. NEW : If set, clears the output array to zeros before building the PSF image(s). VERBOSE : If set, prints informational message. OUTPUTS: image : The image array into which the PSF is placed. COMMON BLOCKS: SIDE EFFECTS: RESTRICTIONS: PROCEDURE: The Tiny Tim programs tiny1 and tiny2 are used, via the procedure HSTPSF, to generate a PSF at the nearest grid location to the requested position. (This grid is defined in hstpsf). From the interpolated maximum returned by hstpsf, shift amounts for x and y are computed. The PSF is shifted by these amounts. Finally, the resulting PSF is multiplied by the intensity parameter and added into the output array. Calls external procedures BADPAR, BOXM, HSTPSF, and SSHIFT2D. MODIFICATION HISTORY: Created by Doug Loucks, consultant for Lowell Observatory, 2003/01/15. Note: The routine P6MODEL was used as a basis for this routine. Most of the code is identical to the code in P6MODEL.