One-Dimensional Transport Theory
Light propagation in scattering and absorbing materials like tissue is usually described by the integro-differential equation of radiative transfer. There are two problems associated with the use of this equation.
KeywordsTransport Equation Light Propagation Diffusion Approximation Fluence Rate Incident Irradiance
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