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Image transfer through the complex scattering turbid media

Berrocal, E. ; Meglinski, I. V. ; Greenhalgh, D. A. and Linne, Mark (2006) In Laser Physics Letters 3(9). p.464-467
Abstract
Seeing through a turbid medium such as fog, mist or clouds is a fascinating idea that would find applications in a large range of fields from research to industry. The main difficulty of this challenging task is related to the complexity of the multiple of optical radiation propagated through an emsemble of scattering particles and/or droplets randomly distributed in a medium. To deal with this challenging problem to deal with a new Monte Carlo based method computational technique able to simulate image transfer through the complex inhomogenous turbid media. The model is able to identify the contribution of the scattering orders in the detected images for a particular medium. With the presented approach the simulation of laser propagation... (More)
Seeing through a turbid medium such as fog, mist or clouds is a fascinating idea that would find applications in a large range of fields from research to industry. The main difficulty of this challenging task is related to the complexity of the multiple of optical radiation propagated through an emsemble of scattering particles and/or droplets randomly distributed in a medium. To deal with this challenging problem to deal with a new Monte Carlo based method computational technique able to simulate image transfer through the complex inhomogenous turbid media. The model is able to identify the contribution of the scattering orders in the detected images for a particular medium. With the presented approach the simulation of laser propagation and image transfer of an object hidden within a turbid scattering medium has been performed. The results of simulation demonstrate a good agreement with the experimental results. The validation of the technique has been one by using several modeling samples of water polystyrenes spheres solutions. (Less)
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Monte Carlo modeling, multiple scattering, dense scattering media, image transfer
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Laser Physics Letters
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3
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9
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464 - 467
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John Wiley and Sons
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1612-2011
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10.1002/lapl.200610035
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English
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  author       = {Berrocal, E. and Meglinski, I. V. and Greenhalgh, D. A. and Linne, Mark},
  issn         = {1612-2011},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {9},
  pages        = {464--467},
  publisher    = {John Wiley and Sons},
  series       = {Laser Physics Letters},
  title        = {Image transfer through the complex scattering turbid media},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/lapl.200610035},
  doi          = {10.1002/lapl.200610035},
  volume       = {3},
  year         = {2006},
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