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9 October 2018 Polarization remote sensing of atmospheric coated-spherical aerosol based on optical vortex and parallel acceleration
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Based on the scattering effect of vortex beams, the remote sensing for aerosol particles in different atmosphere environments is investigated. In this paper we regard the aerosol particle to a coated-spherical particle other than an uniform single particle as it’s more consistent with the way it exists in the actual atmosphere. The influences of orbital angular momentum (OAM) mode, the beam width of vortex beams, the outer and inner radius on the performance on the remote sensing for coated-spherical particles in marine atmosphere are analyzed numerically. Results indicated that the runtime will sharply increase when the number of the orbital angular momentum modes is large enough. Therefore, the parallel acceleration technology is used by us in this paper to solve this problem.
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Lixin Guo, Chen-ge Shi, Qingqing Huang, Mingjian Cheng, and Jiangting Li "Polarization remote sensing of atmospheric coated-spherical aerosol based on optical vortex and parallel acceleration", Proc. SPIE 10792, High-Performance Computing in Geoscience and Remote Sensing VIII, 107920I (9 October 2018); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2325383
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