TIME-RESOLVED REFLECTANCE, BOUNDARY-CONDITIONS, DIFFUSION-APPROXIMATION, PHOTON TRANSPORT, LIGHT, SPECTROSCOPY, TISSUES, WAVES, Optics, Physics
We show how the velocity half-sphere model [S. Menon, Q. Su, and R. Grobe, Phys. Rev. E 72, 041910 (2005)] recently introduced to predict the propagation of light for an infinite turbid medium can be extended to account for the emission of multiply scattered light for a geometry with a planar boundary. A comparison with exact solutions obtained from Monte Carlo simulations suggests that this approach can improve the predictions of the usual diffusion theory for both isotropic and highly forward scattering media with reflecting interfaces.
Menon, S; Su, Q; and Grobe, Rainer, "Velocity half-sphere model for multiple scattering in a semi-infinite medium" (2007). Faculty publications – Physics. 34.
Originally published in Physical Review A by the American Physical Society.