1 1 direct and inverse problems in optical physics the direct or normal problem in optical physics is to jredict the emission or propagation of radiation on the basis of a known constitution of sources or scat terers the inverse or indirect problem is to deduce features of sources or scatterers from the detection of radiation. Inverse source problems in optics heinrich p baltes introduction 11 direct and inverse problems in optical physics 12 role of prior knowledge 13 survey of specific inverse problems 14 notati on i n coherence theory references topics in current physics v 9 responsibility. Note citations are based on reference standards however formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study the specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher classroom teacher institution or organization should be applied. A small selection out of the large number of topics pertinent to the inverse problem in optical physics was examined in a previous volume in this series entitled inverse source problems in optics 11 namely the phase retrieval problems the question of uniqueness in the reconstruction of scatterers the reconstruction of subwavelength . Many inverse problems arising in optics and other fields like geophysics medical diagnostics and remote sensing present numerical instability the noise affecting the data may produce arbitrarily large errors in the solutions in other words these problems are ill posed in the sense of hadamard
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