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Laboratory experiment to demonstrate active nonimaging polarization distinction of materials
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Paper Abstract

The polarizing characteristics of materials such as paints, metals and dielectrics, are distinct. Measurements of the Stokes vector or the Mueller matrix provide quantitative information about the material characteristics. This paper describes a laboratory experiment, performed under the support of the US Air Force Research Laboratory, the results of which establish the ability to numerically distinguish materials using a non-imaging active laser system. Such an approach is described in the literature as sub-pixel de- mixing.

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Date Published: 9 January 2002
PDF: 11 pages
Proc. SPIE 4481, Polarization Analysis and Measurement IV, (9 January 2002); doi: 10.1117/12.452882
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Gordon W. Lukesh, Nukove Scientific Consulting, LLC (United States)
Susan M. Chandler, Nukove Scientific Consulting, LLC (United States)
James K. Boger, Applied Technology Associates (United States)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 4481:
Polarization Analysis and Measurement IV
Dennis H. Goldstein; Walter G. Egan; David B. Chenault; Michael J. Duggin; Walter G. Egan; Michael J. Duggin, Editor(s)

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