|Title||Pollutant tomography using integrated concentration data from non-intersecting optical paths|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||1999|
|Authors||Phillip N Price|
|Keywords||Optical remote sensing, Smooth basis function minimization, Tomography|
We investigate the possibility of performing tomographic pollutant mapping using path-integral data from non-intersecting optical paths, and conclude that such a geometry does allow reconstruction of the pollutant distribution with the smooth basis function minimization method. The simulated optical data are derived from actual pollutant concentration distributions determined from previous experiments.