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12 MULTIPLE SCATTERING BY CYLINDERS
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(12.2.8a)
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The pdf and joint pdf of horizontal positions of cylinders are as follows. Let the cylinders be in clusters with N s cylinders per clw,ter. Hence the number of clusters is N c with
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