Fractal propagation method enables realistic optical microscopy simulations in biological tissues.

@article{Glaser2016FractalPM,
  title={Fractal propagation method enables realistic optical microscopy simulations in biological tissues.},
  author={Adam K. Glaser and Ye Chen and Jonathan T. C. Liu},
  journal={Optica},
  year={2016},
  volume={3 8},
  pages={861-869}
}
Current simulation methods for light transport in biological media have limited efficiency and realism when applied to three-dimensional microscopic light transport in biological tissues with refractive heterogeneities. We describe here a technique which combines a beam propagation method valid for modeling light transport in media with weak variations in refractive index, with a fractal model of refractive index turbulence. In contrast to standard simulation methods, this fractal propagation… CONTINUE READING
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