Broadband ultraviolet-visible optical property measurement in layered turbid media

@inproceedings{Wang2012BroadbandUO,
  title={Broadband ultraviolet-visible optical property measurement in layered turbid media},
  author={Quanzeng Wang and Du Le and Jessica C. Ramella-Roman and Joshua Pfefer},
  booktitle={Biomedical optics express},
  year={2012}
}
The ability to accurately measure layered biological tissue optical properties (OPs) may improve understanding of spectroscopic device performance and facilitate early cancer detection. Towards these goals, we have performed theoretical and experimental evaluations of an approach for broadband measurement of absorption and reduced scattering coefficients at ultraviolet-visible wavelengths. Our technique is based on neural network (NN) inverse models trained with diffuse reflectance data from… CONTINUE READING
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