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25 October 1999 Computed-tomography imaging spectropolarimeter (CTISP): instrument concept, calibration, and results
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Researchers at the US Army Engineer Research and Development Center, in collaboration with researchers at the University of Arizona's Optical Sciences Center, have designed, constructed and developed a complete Stokes imaging spectropolarimeter. CTISP is a polarimetric extension to CTIS, developed by the authors associated with the Optical Science Center. Currently, CTISP characterizes an object's spectropolarimetric radiance over the 440 to 740 nm range using 20 nm spectral bins and subdividing the FOV with a 32 by 32 resolution for a total of 16 by 32 by 32 equals voxels. The output of CTISP is an estimate of the Stokes vector for each voxel.
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Brian H. Miles, Ricky A. Goodson, Eustace L. Dereniak, and Michael R. Descour "Computed-tomography imaging spectropolarimeter (CTISP): instrument concept, calibration, and results", Proc. SPIE 3754, Polarization: Measurement, Analysis, and Remote Sensing II, (25 October 1999); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.366333
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