Blair A. Barbour, Howard B. Barnes, Charles P. Lewis, Patricia E.A. Lindquist, Michael W. Jones, and Neil Mohon
The ability to detect ice on airplanes or roadways and land mines in fields of rubble would save many lives. Imaging polarimetry provides one basis for such detection methods. These and other applications are discussed in this article.
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Publish Date: 01 August 1998
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