Mathematical interpretation of results of laser experiment by the methods of computational physics
© M.S. Brodin, V.N. Starkov
An example of solving the problem of mathematical interpretation of results of experimental studies of optical properties of thin layers (nanofilms) of porous materials by the methods of computational physics has been considered. For description of measuring pathway of experimental laser device a mathematical model has been designed as Fredholm integral equation of the first kind with a kernel as a function "hat", splineiterational modification of Landweber method of solution of illposed problem was developed and results of computational experiment are given. In particular, one of the basic results is the knowledge that amplitude values of real distribution of intensities of luminous flux are twice as much as amplitude values of the observed distribution. <<back 
