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Measuring BRDF (bi-directional reflectance distribution function) requires huge amounts of time because a target object must be illuminated from all incident angles and the reflected lights must be measured from all reflected angles. In this paper, we present a high-speed method to measure BRDFs using an ellipsoidal mirror and a projector. Our method makes(More)
Measuring a bidirectional reflectance distribution function (BRDF) requires long time because a target object must be illuminated from all incident angles and the reflected light must be measured from all reflected angles. A high-speed method is presented to measure BRDFs using an ellipsoidal mirror and a projector. The method can change incident angles(More)
  • K Sumino
  • 1977
The water or sea contamination of diisopropyl naphthalene and phenyl xylylethane in hydrocarbons, which have appeared as alternatives for polychlorobiphenyls, was examined in some areas of Japan. A mass fragmentgraphic technique was applied for rapid determination of trace amounts. In sea mud, 0.019 to 0.16 ppm of diisopropyl naphthalene was found, and a(More)
Basic aspects of impurity reaction with dislocations in semiconductors are discussed on the basis of the work of the author's group. Some important insights into the mechanism of impurity reaction with extended structural defects are deduced from a theoretical treatment of impurity distribution around a structural defect in thermal equilibrium, experimental(More)
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