Abstract

We present what is believed to be the first simultaneous reconstruction of the internal scattering and absorbing properties of a highly scattering medium by use of purely temporal data. These results are also the first acquired with the multichannel time-resolved imaging system developed at University College London.

© 1999 Optical Society of America

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