Random surfaces that suppress single scattering.
- Author(s): Maradudin, AA
- Simonsen, I
- Leskova, TA
- Mãndez, ER
- et al.
Published Web Locationhttps://doi.org/10.1364/ol.24.001257
We present a method for numerically generating a one-dimensional random surface, defined by the equation x(3)=zeta(x(1)), that suppresses single-scattering processes in the scattering of light from the surface within a specified range of scattering angles. Rigorous numerical calculations of the scattering of light from surfaces generated by this approach show that the single-scattering contribution to the mean scattered intensity is indeed suppressed within that range of angles.
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