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New Content Item (2)In this paper, we consider an integrated sensing and communications system assisted by a reconfigurable intelligent surface (RIS). A small number of sparsely placed active sensors are applied in the RIS to perform effective channels and, thereby, enable optimized beamforming for both communications and sensing objectives, namely, establishing reliable communication links with communication users (CUs) and effectively localize targets.

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