Permuted Projections of Nested Arrays

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The coefficients of a projection are permuted to accentuate smaller or larger scale differences in a nested pattern. The pattern is given by a stack of binary slices at different resolutions. Each slice contributes one bit to the colors of the resulting pixels, but the more significant bits have a stronger impact on the resulting image.

Contributed by: Michael Schreiber (March 2011)
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