Starting Set Determinaton
Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSB, volume 274)
For most practical applications of direct methods it is convenient to distinguish the following stages:
In this chapter we discuss some practical aspects of (a) and (b) with emphasis on the determination of the starting set. But how to choose starting reflections depends on what we plan to do with them!
the initiation: how to get started.
the middle stage: phase generation and phase refinement.
the final selection of the most probable phase set.
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