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Reconfigurable intelligent surfaces (RISs) have attracted wide interest from industry and academia since they can shape the wireless environment into a desirable form with a low cost. In practice, RISs have three types of implementations: 1) reflective, where signals can be reflected to the users on the same side of the base station (BS), 2) transmissive, where signals can penetrate the RIS to serve the users on the opposite side of the BS, and 3) hybrid, where the RISs have a dual function ofarXiv:2102.06910v1 fatcat:tlud7jzjonb47a4t52tcd5y6v4