
Howdy,
How do I specify an infinite geometry in any of the models (SDA or Monte Carlo) from Matlab? I am trying to solve the inverse problem by using lsqcurvefit on the forward model in matlab.
Many thanks,
Tom



Hi Tom,
We don't have an infinite geometry solver for SDA yet. But with the Matlab interoperability code, you can generate a Monte Carlo solution with an embedded source within a medium that is a slab, but you can make that slab as thick as you want so essentially
infinite. We have embedded isotropic sources and many others to choose from. However, I'm not sure we have an appropriate detector for you. What kind of detection did you want to specify?
Carole



Hi Carole,
Thanks for the information! The experiment involves a source and detector that are separate fibers submersed in liquid. Do you have something that would be appropriate for that?
Many thanks,
Tom



Hi Tom,
We have a source that will work for you, but unfortunately, we don't have a detector definition that suits your needs yet. We have a RadianceOfRho that is a surface crossing detector at z=z0 plane within the tissue, but it captures downward photon movement
(it was designed for dosimetry). Possibly this detector but with upward movement capture would work for you?
Carole



I think so. Perhaps with an adjustable NA?
Best,
Tom

