Abstract

In this work, we propose the concept of complementary lattice arrays in order to enable a broader range of designs for coded aperture imaging systems. We provide a general framework and methods that generate richer and more flexible designs compared to the existing techniques. Besides this, we review and interpret the state-of-the-art uniformly redundant array designs, broaden the related concepts, and propose new design methods.

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