4 edition of **Inverse scattering problems in optics** found in the catalog.

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Published
**1980**
by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York
.

Written in English

- Optics.,
- Inverse scattering transform.

**Edition Notes**

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statement | edited by H. P. Baltes ; with contributions by H. P. Baltes ... [et al.] ; with a foreword by R. Jost. |

Series | Topics in current physics ;, v. 20 |

Contributions | Baltes, Heinrich P. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QC355.2 .I58 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | xiv, 313 p. : |

Number of Pages | 313 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL4100671M |

ISBN 10 | 0387101047 |

LC Control Number | 80015101 |

The theory of wave scattering by imperfect surfaces has been highly developed in the ﬁelds of radiophysics, acoustics and optics. It is the subject of a number of books, 1 – 3 book sections,4 – 9 and review articles10–16 and its practical application to scattering from optical * Work performed in part while the Author was with the U. The inverse problem of AOI is expected to be well-posed, requiring only a Fourier inversion followed by fixed-point iteration. In contrast, the inverse problem of optical tomography is severely ill-posed with logarithmic sta- bility. This ill-posedness is responsible for the relatively low resolution of the method.

This is the second edition of the tutorial on Tissue Optics: Light Scattering Methods and Instruments for Medical Diagnosis published in The last five years, since printing of the first edition of the book, were characterized by the intensive growth of research and development in tissue optics, in particular in the field of tissue. This book presents a comprehensive tutorial on propagation, diffraction and scattering problems from the basic principles of physical optics. Beginning with the fundamental differential and integral equations for wavefields, the text presents an exhaustive discussion on the extinction theorem as a.

Scattering is the collision of two objects that results in a change of trajectory and energy. For example, in particle physics, such as electrons, photons, or neutrons are "scattered off" of a target specimen, resulting in a different energy and direction. In the field of electromagnetism, scattering is the random diffusion of electromagnetic radiation from air masses is an aid in the long. Medical books Tissue Optics. Discusses results of theoretical and experimental investigations into photon transport in tissues and describes methods for solving direct and inverse scattering problems involving different types of tissues and fluids (opaque vs. transparent).

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Baltes presented me with the precursor of this vo 1 ume, the book on "Inverse Source Problems in Opti cs", I expressed my gratitude in a short note, 11hich in. Book Description. Inverse Problems in Scattering and Imaging is a collection of lectures from a NATO Advanced Research Workshop that integrates the expertise of physicists and mathematicians in different areas with a common interest in inverse problems.

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Inverse scattering problems are basic in many scientiﬁc areas such as radar and sonar, geophysical exploration, medical imaging, and near-ﬁeld optics. Chapters 1 and 2 of the book describe in detail the theory of the inverse scattering transform.

Chapter 3 discusses alternate methods for these exactly solvable problems and the interconnections among them. Physical applications are described in Chapter 4, where, for example, similarities between deep water waves and nonlinear optics become.

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