|Author:||Dennis H. Goldstein,David B. Chenault|
|Publisher:||Society of Photo Optical (May 2, 2006)|
|Category:||Math and Science|
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by Dennis H. Goldstein (Author), David B. Chenault (Author). Paperback: 188 pages. Publisher: SPIE (31 July 2004).
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This polarization can be significant in environmental and military remote sensing applications where the water is either the intended source or possibly a false target. In this paper we show and interpret measurements in midwave and longwave IR bands. The midwave images show up to 7 percent s polarization in regions where warm objects reflect from the water. Recent efforts in Earth remote sensing have focused on accurately measuring top-of-atmosphere and surface leaving radiances.
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6 Sessions, 21 Papers, 0 Presentations. Purchase complete book on SPIE. Estimating the refractive index and reflected zenith angle of a target using multiple polarization measurements. Vimal Thilak; David Voelz; Charles Creusere; Srikanth Damarla. SPIE 6240, Polarization: Measurement, Analysis, and Remote Sensing VII, 624004 (3 May 2006); doi: 1.
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Polarization effects are typically assumed to be negligible in semi-conductor photo-detectors. Such reports have been difficult to assess because they are typically at or near measurement limits. Polarization analysis and measurement; Proceedings of the Meeting, San Diego, CA, July 19-21, 1992.
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polarization beamsplitter PBS1, a lens Ll and a photodiode PD, which is mounted in the first body Bl. Polarization of. the laser diode beam is linear and parallel to the transmittance plane of the polarization beamsplitter PBS1. of the sensor unit are as follows: the second body B2, the second polarization beamsplitter PBS2, a polarizer P, three. Configuration of the sensor optical scheme with linearly polarized probe pulses. I: transceiver; I1 sensor unit; I11 processing.
Polarization Science and Remote Sensing. Proceedings of SPIE, Vol. 5158. In: Goldstein D H, Chenault D B, eds. Polarization: Measurement, Analysis, and Remote Sensing VI. 3. Chang P C Y, Walker J G, Hopcraft K I, Ablitt B, Jakeman E. Polarization discrimination for active imaging in scattering media. Optics Communications, 1999, 159(1–3): 1–6. Article. 5432. 11. Richmond R D, Evans B J. Polarimetric imaging laser radar (PILAR) program. In: Advanced Sensory Payloads for UAV Meeting Proceedings RTO-MP-SET-092. Neuilly-sur-Seine: RTO, 2005, 19–11–19–14.
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DB Chenault, JL Pezzaniti. Polarization Analysis, Measurement, and Remote Sensing III 4133, 124-133, 2000. DH Goldstein, DB Chenault, MG Gulley, KD Spradley. Polarization Analysis and Measurement IV 4481, 100-108, 2002. Infrared spectropolarimetry. Measurements of linear diattenuation and linear retardance spectra with a rotating sample spectropolarimeter. DB Chenault, RA Chipman. Applied optics 32 (19), 3513-3519, 1993. DH Goldstein, RA Chipman, DB Chenault. Optical Engineering 28 (2), 282120, 1989.