Abstract

This feature issue brings together fourteen papers, most of which were presented at the Eighth Topical Meeting on Photon Correlation and Scattering ( Boulder, Colorado, 24–26 August 1992). Research areas represented here include dynamic light scattering; laser velocimetry; diffusing-wave spectroscopy and imaging in multiply-scattering media; fundamental analyses of measurement sensitivity and accuracy; and development of new instrumentation, procedures, and data analysis algorithms. The common theme that unites these diverse topics is the idea of exploiting the statistical properties of scattered light to probe structure or motion in complex systems.

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