LOFAR sparse image reconstruction

@inproceedings{Garsden2015LOFARSI,
  title={LOFAR sparse image reconstruction},
  author={H. Garsden and Julien N. Girard and Jean Luc Starck and S. Corbel and C. Tasse and Arnaud Woiselle and John Patrick McKean and Alexander S. van Amesfoort and John Anderson and Ian Maxwell Avruch and R{\'o}bert Beck and Marinus Jan Bentum and Philip N. Best and Frank Breitling and Jess W. Broderick and M. Brueggen and Harvey Raymond Butcher and Benedetta Ciardi and Francesco de Gasperin and E. de Geus and Marco de Vos and S. Duscha and Jochen Eisl{\"o} and El and Dieter Engels and Horst P. Falcke and Richard A. Fallows and Robert P. Fender and Chiara Ferrari and Wilfred Frieswijk and Michael A. Garrett and Jean M Griessmeier and A. W. Gunst and T. E. Hassall and George H. Heald and Matthias Hoeft and J{\"o}rg R. H{\"o}randel and Alexander van der Horst and Eva Juette and Aris Karastergiou and Vladislav I. Kondratiev and Markus Kramer and Masaya Kuniyoshi and Gerard H. Kuper and Gottfried J. Mann and Sonkki Marko and Roger Mcfadden and D. McKay-Bukowski and Dr. David L. Mulcahy and H. Munk and Menne J. Norden and Emanuela Orr{\'u} and Heinz Paas and Mamta Pandey-Pommier and Vishambhar Nath Pandey and Ginger Pietka and Roberto Francesco Pizzo and Antonis G. Polatidis and Adriaan Renting and Huub J. A. R{\"o}ttgering and Antonia Rowlinson and Dominik J. Schwarz and Jonny Sluman and Oleg Smirnov and B W Stappers and Matthias Steinmetz and Adam James Stewart and John. D. Swinbank and Michel Tagger and Yun-qing Tang and Satyendra Thoudam and Candida Toribio and R. C. W. Vermeulen and Christian Vocks and Reinout J. van Weeren and Stefan J. Wijnholds and Michael Wayne Wise and Olaf Wucknitz and Sarod Yatawatta and Philippe Zarka and A. Witzel J.A. Zensus},
  year={2015}
}
Context. The LOw Frequency ARray (LOFAR) radio telescope is a giant digital phased array interferometer with multiple antennas distributed in Europe. It provides discrete sets of Fourier components of the sky brightness. Recovering the original brightness distribution with aperture synthesis forms an inverse problem that can be solved by various deconvolution and minimization methods. Aims. Recent papers have established a clear link between the discrete nature of radio interferometry… CONTINUE READING

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