Abstract

The concept of photon diffusion on the velocity sphere and the non-Euclidean diffusion equation (NED) are introduced to describe photon migration in highly forward-scattering random media. The NED covers the ballistic, transient, and developed diffusion modes of photon migration in random media. An approximate analytic solution to the NED is presented.

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