mathematical modeling of radiative transfer

A Hybrid Approach in Modeling of Statistical Characteristics of Multiple Scattered Light

Background and Objectives: A hybrid approach to modeling of the statistical characteristics of multiple scattered light in application to optical probes of random media is considered. The approach is based on recovery of the probability density of path lengths for partial components of a scattered light field in a probed medium using approximate analytical methods or the numerical simulation.

Mathematical Modeling of Lihgt Transfer in Low-Coherence Reflectometry of Random Media

Background and Objectives: The mathematical model of stochastic interference of spectrally selected fluorescence radiation in multiple scattering random media is considered. The expressions for the normalized second- and third-order moments of spatial intensity fluctuations of detected probe light are derived.