Abstract

A technique is introduced that uses the ratios of the outputs of a multicolor ir sensor to analyze the flux from an object to determine the true temperature of the object and the relative amounts of the flux that are due to self-emission and to reflection from external sources.

© 1976 Optical Society of America

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