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Modélisation et simulation des propriétés radiatives des surfaces : implantation et expérimentation

Abstract : In the light transfer equation, we have to take into account the physical features of the material reflection. This have led many researchers to elaborate various models. These models are more or less physically valid; they are also more or less easy to use. In fact, on one hand they have to be processed by an algorithm of global lighting transfer between all surfaces of the geometrical environment to be simulated, and in the other hand they have to permit to determine parameters for the complex photometrical behavior of these surfaces. Our study concerns the modelisation of the radiative properties of surfaces. We focus more precisely on the properties measurement for real cases of surfaces, by taking into account these properties in the illumination simulation process and on the experimentation of a number of models, in the perspective of lighting engineering applications.
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Dorothée Cazier. Modélisation et simulation des propriétés radiatives des surfaces : implantation et expérimentation. Autre [cs.OH]. Université Henri Poincaré - Nancy 1, 1996. Français. ⟨NNT : 1996NAN10116⟩. ⟨tel-01747254⟩

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