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ameras work a lot like the human eye: both take the light rays that are re ected from an object and focus those rays into an image. Photography actually records the light that an object re ects. So, without light, there is no photography. 3 discusses how to control the amount of light reaching the sensor to create a proper exposure, but light has qualities that go far beyond just illuminating the scene. In this chapter, light is divided into two main categories: natural light and arti cial light. Natural light is ambient light the light that naturally illuminates a scene. It is not there for the purpose of photography. It could be the sun, a streetlamp, a neon sign, or even a bon re. Arti cial light is light that a photographer introduces into the scene for the express purpose of capturing the photograph. This could be a continuous light source or an electronic ash unit. I nd that using as much natural light as possible is best, and when using arti cial light I try to make the light look natural. However, before you begin to concern yourself with the types of light, you need to begin to think about the characteristics of all light. As a photographer I am concerned about four characteristics of light: intensity, direction, color, and diffusion.
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In the previous section, we described models for the PDP. The modeled PDPs were continuous functions of the delay; this implies that the RX bandwidth was so small that different discrete MPCs could not be resolved, and were smeared into a continuous PDP. For systems with higher bandwidth, MPCs can be resolved. In that case, it is advantageous to describe the PDP by the arrival times of the MPCs, plus an envelope function that describes the power of the MPCs as a function of delay. In order to statistically model the arrival times of MPCs, a rst-order approximation assumes that objects that cause re ections in an urban area are located randomly in space, giving rise to a Poisson distribution for excess delays. However, measurements have shown that MPCs tend to arrive in groups ( clusters ). Two models have been developed to re ect this fact: the K model, and the Saleh Valenzuela (SV) model. The K model has two states: S1 , where the mean arrival rate is 0 (t), and S2 , where the mean arrival rate is K 0 (t). The process starts in S1 . If an MPC arrives at time t, a transition is made to S2 for the interval [t, t + ]. If no further paths arrive in this interval, a transition is made back to S1 at the end of the interval. Note that for K = 1 or = 0, the above-mentioned process reverts to a standard Poisson process. The SV model takes a slightly different approach. It assumes a priori the existence of cluster. Within each cluster, the MPCs are arriving according to a Poisson distribution, and the arrival times of the clusters themselves are Poisson distributed (but with a different interarrival time constant). Furthermore, the powers of the MPCs within a cluster decrease exponentially with delay, and the power of the clusters follows a (different) exponential distribution (see Figure 7.2). Mathematically, the following discrete time impulse response is used:
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