Correlations of heterogeneous wave fields propagating in homogeneous media

@inproceedings{Bal2011CorrelationsOH,
  title={Correlations of heterogeneous wave fields propagating in homogeneous media},
  author={Guillaume Bal and Olivier Pinaud},
  year={2011}
}
The paper concerns the analysis of the correlations of wave fields propagating in heterogeneous media. We show that selected field-field correlations asymptotically propagate in non-scattering media, i.e., propagate as if the underlying medium was homogeneous. Such correlations are therefore good candidates for imaging strategies in heterogeneous media based on back-propagations in a homogeneous medium. keywords: inverse problem, imaging, correlations, radiative transfer, random media. 

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