In the case where an isotropic radiating axial point source is in the detector well-cavity at a distance, h, from cavity bottom (see Figure 1), the path of the photon is well defined by the geometrical solid angle, [OMEGA], subtended by the source-to-detector system at the point of entry.
Caption: Figure 1: Well-type detector with an isotropic radiating axial point source in the detector well-cavity.
Equation (7) states that the depth dependent OCT amplitude signal is given by the inverse Fourier transform of the source spectrum, the axial point spread function (PSF), convoluted with the sample reflectivity.
The OCT axial point spread function (PSF) is given by the signal i(z) in response to a [delta]-function sample.
--[DELTA]x(j) is the increment of the axial point
of removal to move from j to j-1;
This exemplary study ends with a discussion of Tieck's place in literary history on the basis of Phantasus and sees this collection situated on an axial point
between Romanticism and Biedermeier.
where (i, j) is the axial point
and radial point of the mesh system; see Figure 2.3.
Chow's well-developed thesis brings us back to this axial point
. The Confucian ethic was erected not around arguable propositions, but around ritual, which carries the values encoded within it.
His present study of the drawings at the site now prompts him to propose that the temple would have been a complete Nagara monument, with the surviving linga sanctuary surrounded by a spacious passageway, entered through doorways on four axial points
, and surmounted by a lofty Bhumija-type tower.
A short review cannot dojustice to any single essay, let alone a multifaceted collection of them, so here I will only mention several connected, axial points
from which much of the collection drives forward.
Osterberg and Smith (12) found a closed expression for [U.sup.(s).sub.RS] at axial points
of observation behind a circular aperture and confirmed that it does represent a continuous extension of the incident field into the half space z > 0.