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Forward and inverse radiative transport using adding-doubling

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A basic 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.

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