Delta-Eddington Phase Function – Biomedical Imaging Division, VT / WFU School of Biomedical Engineering and Sciences
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Biomedical Imaging Division, VT / WFU SBESSun, 27 Mar 2016 22:44:19 +0000en-UShourly1https://wordpress.org/?v=4.5.2Cong W, Shen H, Cong A, Wang G: Integral equations of the photon fluence rate and flux based on a generalized Delta-Eddington phase function. Journal of Biomedical Optics, 13:Article ID 024016, 2008
http://www.bid.sbes.vt.edu/2008/04/cong-w-shen-h-cong-a-wang-g-integral-equations-of-the-photon-fluence-rate-and-flux-based-on-a-generalized-delta-eddington-phase-function-journal-of-biomedical-optics-13article-id-024016-2008/
http://www.bid.sbes.vt.edu/2008/04/cong-w-shen-h-cong-a-wang-g-integral-equations-of-the-photon-fluence-rate-and-flux-based-on-a-generalized-delta-eddington-phase-function-journal-of-biomedical-optics-13article-id-024016-2008/#respondMon, 21 Apr 2008 18:00:07 +0000http://localhost/wordpress/?p=341We present a generalized Delta-Eddington phase function to simplify the radiative transfer equation to integral equations with respect to both photon fluence rate and flux vector. The photon fluence rate and flux can be solved from the system of integral equations. By comparing to the Monte Carlo simulation results, the solutions of the system of integral equations accurately model the photon propagation in biological tissue over a wide range of optical parameters. Click here for full article….
]]>http://www.bid.sbes.vt.edu/2008/04/cong-w-shen-h-cong-a-wang-g-integral-equations-of-the-photon-fluence-rate-and-flux-based-on-a-generalized-delta-eddington-phase-function-journal-of-biomedical-optics-13article-id-024016-2008/feed/0Cong W, Shen H, Cong A, Wang Y, and Wang G: Modeling photon propagation in biological tissues using generalized Delta-Eddington phase function. Physical Review E 76:051913, 5 pages, 2007
http://www.bid.sbes.vt.edu/2007/11/cong-w-shen-h-cong-a-wang-y-and-wang-g-modeling-photon-propagation-in-biological-tissues-using-generalized-delta-eddington-phase-function-physical-review-e-76051913-5-pages-2007-2/
http://www.bid.sbes.vt.edu/2007/11/cong-w-shen-h-cong-a-wang-y-and-wang-g-modeling-photon-propagation-in-biological-tissues-using-generalized-delta-eddington-phase-function-physical-review-e-76051913-5-pages-2007-2/#respondWed, 14 Nov 2007 18:00:12 +0000http://localhost/wordpress/?p=329Photon propagation in biological tissue is commonly described by the radiative transfer equation, while the phase function in the equation represents the scattering characteristics of the medium and has significant influence on the precision of solution and the efficiency of computation. In this work, we present a generalized Delta-Eddington phase function to simplify the radiative transfer equation to an integral equation with respect to photon fluence rate. Comparing to the popular diffusion approximation model, the solution of the integral equation is highly accurate to model photon propagation in the biological tissue over a broad range of optical parameters. This methodology is validated by Monte Carlo simulation. Click here for full article….
]]>http://www.bid.sbes.vt.edu/2007/11/cong-w-shen-h-cong-a-wang-y-and-wang-g-modeling-photon-propagation-in-biological-tissues-using-generalized-delta-eddington-phase-function-physical-review-e-76051913-5-pages-2007-2/feed/0Cong W, Shen H, Cong A, Wang Y, and Wang G: Modeling photon propagation in biological tissues using generalized Delta-Eddington phase function. Physical Review E 76:051913, 5 pages, 2007
http://www.bid.sbes.vt.edu/2007/11/cong-w-shen-h-cong-a-wang-y-and-wang-g-modeling-photon-propagation-in-biological-tissues-using-generalized-delta-eddington-phase-function-physical-review-e-76051913-5-pages-2007/
http://www.bid.sbes.vt.edu/2007/11/cong-w-shen-h-cong-a-wang-y-and-wang-g-modeling-photon-propagation-in-biological-tissues-using-generalized-delta-eddington-phase-function-physical-review-e-76051913-5-pages-2007/#respondWed, 14 Nov 2007 18:00:00 +0000http://localhost/wordpress/?p=330Photon propagation in biological tissue is commonly described by the radiative transfer equation, while the phase function in the equation represents the scattering characteristics of the medium and has significant influence on the precision of solution and the efficiency of computation. In this work, we present a generalized Delta-Eddington phase function to simplify the radiative transfer equation to an integral equation with respect to photon fluence rate. Comparing to the popular diffusion approximation model, the solution of the integral equation is highly accurate to model photon propagation in the biological tissue over a broad range of optical parameters. This methodology is validated by Monte Carlo simulation. Click here for full article….
]]>http://www.bid.sbes.vt.edu/2007/11/cong-w-shen-h-cong-a-wang-y-and-wang-g-modeling-photon-propagation-in-biological-tissues-using-generalized-delta-eddington-phase-function-physical-review-e-76051913-5-pages-2007/feed/0Cong W, Cong A, Shen H, Liu Y, Wang G: Flux vector formulation for photon propagation in the bilogical tissue. Optics Letters 32:2837-2839, 2007
http://www.bid.sbes.vt.edu/2007/08/cong-w-cong-a-shen-h-liu-y-wang-g-flux-vector-formulation-for-photon-propagation-in-the-bilogical-tissue-optics-letters-322837-2839-2007/
http://www.bid.sbes.vt.edu/2007/08/cong-w-cong-a-shen-h-liu-y-wang-g-flux-vector-formulation-for-photon-propagation-in-the-bilogical-tissue-optics-letters-322837-2839-2007/#respondThu, 30 Aug 2007 18:00:42 +0000http://localhost/wordpress/?p=327We present a generalized delta-Eddington phase function to simplify the radiative transfer equation to an integral equation with respect to the photon flux vector. The solution of the integral equation is highly accurate to model the photon propagation in the biological tissue over a broad range of optical parameters, especially in the visible light spectrum where the diffusion approximation breaks down. The methodology is validated in the Monte Carlo simulation and can be applied in various optical imaging applications. Click here for full article….
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