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Fig. B.1

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Image reconstruction of the simulated data for a limb-darkened disk with the parameters derived in Sect. 3.1. a) Original two-dimensional image of the simulated data. The solid line represents the orientation of the linear uv coverage, while the dotted line represents the orientation perpendicular to it. b) Two-dimensional image of the simulated data convolved with the Gaussian beam with a FWHM of 9.8 mas. c) Comparison between the original and reconstructed one-dimensional projection images before convolving with the Gaussian beam. The one-dimensional projection images are obtained by integrating the two-dimensional images in the direction shown by the dotted lines in the panels a) and b). d) Comparison between the original and reconstructed one-dimensional projection images convolved with the Gaussian beam with a FWHM of 9.8 mas. e) The filled circles and triangles represent the visibilities from the original simulated data and the reconstructed image, respectively. f) The filled circles and triangles represent the CPs from the original simulated data and the reconstructed image, respectively. The abscissa is the spatial frequency of the longest baseline of each data set.

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