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Refractive index of concentrated colloidal dispersions
This paper describes the measurement and theoretical interpretation of the refractive index, n′, of a range of disordered aqueous colloidal dispersions. Concentrations up to 50% by volume andExpand
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Small-angle polarized light scattering by spherulites
The light-scattering matrix for a three-dimensional spherulite is derived within the Ray-leigh-Gans-Debye light-scattering approximation. New expressions for the polarized, small-angleExpand
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Optical extinction and refraction of concentrated latex dispersions
Experimental details are given of an apparatus which has been used to measure the optical extinction of colloidal dispersions with concentrations as high as 50% solids. For all dispersions examinedExpand
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Temporal performance of spectral matched filtering techniques
This paper will describe the development of a real time matched filtering technique for hyperspectral imagery. Advanced multispectral, or hyperspectral, camera systems can potentially be used toExpand
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Spectral tracking of objects in real time
Advanced multispectral, or hyperspectral, camera systems are being used to identify objects of interest on the basis of spectral characteristics. This paper will describe developments in the field ofExpand
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Analysis of thermal nondestructive testing
Thermographic NDT is potentially a very useful technique for rapidly locating flaws in large structures without physical contact. The fundamental factors limiting thermography are discussed, andExpand
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Correction and use of inflight hyperspectral data
  • A. Killey
  • Geography, Engineering
  • Security + Defence
  • 7 October 2010
Pushbroom hyperspectral imagers (HSIs) are being increasingly used for aerial vegetative and/or geological ground mapping1. There is also considerable interest in using hyperspectral imagers forExpand
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Advances in real time spectral tracking
Advanced multispectral, or hyperspectral, camera systems are being used to identify objects of interest on the basis of spectral characteristics. In previous papers we have described the developmentExpand