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Conceptual engineering design and optimization of laser-based imaging techniques and optical diagnostic systems used in the field of biomedical optics requires a clear understanding of the light-tissue interaction and peculiarities of localization of the detected optical radiation within the medium. The description of photon migration within the turbid(More)
High dynamic range optical-to-near-infrared transmission measurements for different parts of human body in the spectral range from 650 to 950 nm have been performed. Experimentally measured spectra are correlated with Monte Carlo simulations using chromaticity coordinates in CIE 1976 L*a*b* color space. Both a qualitative and a quantitative agreement have(More)
Models of both the shape and material properties of physical objects are needed in many computer graphics applications. In many design applications, even if shape is not needed, it is desirable to start with the material properties of existing non-planar objects. We consider the design of a system to capture both shape and appearance of objects. We focus(More)
Modeling of coherent polarized light propagation in turbid scattering medium by the Monte Carlo method provides an ultimate understanding of coherent effects of multiple scattering, such as enhancement of coherent backscattering and peculiarities of laser speckle formation in dynamic light scattering (DLS) and optical coherence tomography (OCT) diagnostic(More)
In experiments on dogs the role was studied of cholinergic mechanisms in memory processes at different stages of neurosis. Predominance was shown in initial state of M-cholinergic mechanisms which also in conditions of neurotic inhibition of conditioned activity decrease the level of functioning less than N-cholinergic link. In the postneurotic period(More)
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