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Approximation Error Approach for Compensating Modelling Errors in Optical Tomography

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Abstract

The applicability of the Bayesian approximation error approach to compensate for the discrepancy of the diffusion approximation in optical tomography close to the light sources and in weakly scattering sub-domains is investigated.

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