Cover: On the identification of systems and the unscrambling of Data-II : an inverse problem in radiative transfer

On the identification of systems and the unscrambling of Data-II : an inverse problem in radiative transfer

by Richard Ernest Bellman, H. H. Natsuyama, Robert E. Kalaba, S. Ueno

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Abstract

A demonstration that a combination of invariant imbedding and quasilinearization may be used to measure the angular dependence of diffusely reflected sunlight from a planetary atmosphere to deduce its physical properties. 8 pp. (See also RM-4266, RM-4285.)

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