toy problem

Friday got messed up, and only a tiny bit of research got done, but I made up for it on the weekend, building a toy version of the hard problem I presented to the mathematicians on Thursday. The toy problem is to reconstruct an image with few-photon examples, each taken at a different rotation angle. The form of the likelihood is similar, but the computational cost is much lower. It should be an intuition-building example.

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