Monte Carlo modeling of polarized light propagation: Stokes vs. Jones. Part II.

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In this second part of our comparative study inspecting the (dis)similarities between "Stokes" and "Jones," we present simulation results yielded by two independent Monte Carlo programs: (i) one developed in Bern with the Jones formalism and (ii) the other implemented in Ulm with the Stokes notation. The simulated polarimetric experiments involve… (More)
DOI: 10.1364/AO.53.007586

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@article{Akaray2014MonteCM, title={Monte Carlo modeling of polarized light propagation: Stokes vs. Jones. Part II.}, author={H G{\"u}nhan Akarçay and Ansgar Hohmann and Alwin Kienle and Martin Frenz and Jaro Ri{\vc}ka}, journal={Applied optics}, year={2014}, volume={53 31}, pages={7586-602} }