(in transport theory)
A method of solving boundary value problems for a transport equation. The Albedo method is a variant of the matrix factorization method, the role of factorization coefficients being played by the matrices of reflection and transmission of a sequence of layers of increasing thickness. Practically speaking, the Albedo method is used only in problems in one-dimensional spaces, both to find the reflection and transmission coefficients and to find the solution of the transport equation in a medium.
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|[Ge]||T.A. Gergomenova, et al., "Al'bedo neutrons" , Moscow (1973) (In Russian)|
Albedo method. Encyclopedia of Mathematics. URL: http://encyclopediaofmath.org/index.php?title=Albedo_method&oldid=27069