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Modeling the probability of a photodiode measuring photons targets at a neighbor
In current digital cameras, sensors are arrays of photodiodes which "transform" photons energy to electrons. I am aware that the probability of a photon to generate an electron is modeled by a Poisson ...
Oct 27 '12 at 16:56
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