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Figure 1
Reconstruction procedure of a 3D structure from its CAP. (a) The structure of an object, consisting of only three points (the green plane is for assisting purpose only), freely rotatable around the z axis. (b) The `fiber' diffraction pattern from the object. (c) The CAP of the object, calculated from (b). (d)–(f) The reconstruction procedure. (d) One of the vectors (here, vector ac) is placed as the starting vector on the xz plane (pale blue). (e) A second vector (bc) is tentatively placed on the xz plane and connected to the first vector, and this creates a new incorrect vector (red). (f) The second vector is rotated around the z axis, and now the new vector coincides with the unused vector ab and the reconstruction is finished.

Volume 8| Part 4| July 2021| Pages 544-548
ISSN: 2052-2525