Scattering from moderately rough interfaces between two arbitrary media

@inproceedings{Harvey2010ScatteringFM,
  title={Scattering from moderately rough interfaces between two arbitrary media},
  author={J. E. Harvey and Narak Choi and A. Krywonos},
  booktitle={Optical Engineering + Applications},
  year={2010}
}
The generalized Harvey-Shack (GHS) surface scatter theory has been shown to accurately predict the BRDF produced by moderately rough mirror surfaces from surface metrology data. The predicted BRDF also holds for both large incident and scattering angles. Furthermore, it provides good agreement with the classical Rayleigh-Rice theory for those surfaces that satisfy the smooth-surface criterion. The two-dimensional band-limited portion of the surface PSD contributing to scattered radiation is… Expand
Linear systems formulation of scattering theory for rough surfaces with arbitrary incident and scattering angles.
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