Abstract

We introduce the binary superposed phase retrieval problem that aims at reconstructing multiple 0/1-valued functions with nonoverlapping bounded supports from moduli of superpositions of several displaced copies of their individual Fourier transforms. We discuss an application in coherent diffraction imaging of crystalline objects, propose two algorithms, and evaluate their performance by means of simulations.

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