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Reciprocity relations in 3D vector radiative transport applied to Diffuse Optical Tomography

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Abstract

We describe a reciprocity relation for polarized radiative transport between arbitrarily positioned sources and detectors separated by a scattering medium. Applications to polarized Diffuse Optical Tomography are shown which allow for efficient computation of the sensitivity kernel.

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