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Paper: Mosaicing with Interferometric Arrays
Volume: 180, Synthesis Imaging in Radio Astronomy II
Page: 401
Authors: Holdaway, M. A.
Abstract: Mosaicing is an image reconstruction technique by which multiple images are pieced together to form a single image. In radio interferometry, mosaicing refers to imaging objects larger than the primary beam, which therefore require multiple pointings on the sky. Because any object larger than the primary beam will also suffer from short spacing problems, radio astronomical mosaicing usually implies the addition of total power to the interferometric data.
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