General theory of three-dimensional radiance measurements with optical microprobes

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Journal Article
Applied Optics, 1997, 36 (25), pp. 6520 - 6528
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Measurements of the radiance distribution and fluence rate within turbid samples with fiber-optic radiance microprobes contain a large variable instrumental error caused by the nonuniform directional sensitivity of the microprobes. A general theory of three-dimensional radiance measurements is presented that provides correction for this error by using the independently obtained function of the angular sensitivity of the microprobes. © 1997 Optical Society of America.
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