'Forward and inverse radiative transport using adding-doubling'
iadpython is a Python module to calculate multiple light scattering (radiative transport) of layered materials. This is a python interface to the inverse adding-doubling package written in C by Scott Prahl. This allows users to extract the intrinisic optical properties of materials from measurements of total reflected and total transmitted light.
The original adding-doubling was developed by van de Hulst to model light propagation through layered media. It was extended to handle Fresnel reflection at boundaries as well as interactions with integrating spheres. Finally, the code was further extended to handle lost light by including Monte Carlo techniques.
import iadpython as iad
albedo = 0.8 anisotropy = 0.9 optical_thickness = 2.0
UR1, UT1 = iad.
For examples and use cases, see the docs folder on github or view iadpython.readthedocs.com
First install the iad library
git clone https://github.com/scottprahl/iad.git
cd iad make install-lib
Then install this python module using pip
pip install iadpython
Alternatively you can install from github
Test by changing the iadpython directory and doing
Then, add the iadpython directory to your PYTHONPATH or somehow
For installation: setuptools
Required Python modules: numpy, matplotlib, cytpes
iadpython is licensed under the terms of the MIT license.
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