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Title: Low frequency imaging and the non-isoplanatic atmosphere
Authors: Subrahmanya, C.R.
Keywords: Atmospheric Effects
Instrument Compensation
Ionospheric Propagation
Radio Telescopes
Sky Brightness
Brightness Distribution
Field Of View
Fourier Transformation
Low Frequencies
Very Large Array (Vla)
Issue Date: 1991
Publisher: Astronomical Society of the Pacific
Citation: Radio interferometry: Theory, techniques, and applications; Proceedings of the 131st IAU Colloquium, Socorro, NM, Oct. 8-12, 1990
Abstract: A method for image reconstruction in radio telescopes using self-calibration is presented for the case of a nonisoplanatic atmosphere. While computation intensive, most of the computations consist of calculating the model visibilities and the solution of nonlinear equations, and the method is suitable for implementation on parallel processors.
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Copyright: 1991 Astronomical Society of the Pacific
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