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Useful Classes of Redundant Arrays for Imaging Applications

Finger, Mark H. and Prince, Thomas A. (1995) Useful Classes of Redundant Arrays for Imaging Applications. In: Imaging in High Energy Astronomy. Kluwer , Dordrecht, Netherlands, pp. 221-226. ISBN 0-7923-3788-3.

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We discuss several classes of redundant arrays. These arrays have applications for indirect imaging in a variety of fields including coded-aperture imaging, interferometric radio imaging, and optical imaging in the presence of· atmospheric turbulence. The specific classes we will discuss are all based on Galois fields and include: antisymmetric redundant arrays (ARAs) which have as a subset the hexagonal uniformly redundant arrays (HURAs), non-redundant arrays (NRAs), and the general class of quadratic residue arrays (QRAs).

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