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Advances in laser and optics research [electronic resource] . Volume 3 / William T. Arkin, editor.

Publication:
New York : Nova Science, c2010.
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Book
1 online resource (208 p.)
Series:
Advances in Laser and Optics Research
Advances in Laser and Optics Research ; v.3
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Subjects:
Lasers -- Research.
Optics -- Research.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Contents:
""ADVANCES IN LASERAND OPTICS RESEARCH,VOLUME 3""; ""ADVANCES IN LASERAND OPTICS RESEARCH,VOLUME 3""; ""CONTENTS""; ""PREFACE""; ""ADVANCES IN COPPER LASER TECHNOLOGY:KINETIC ENHANCEMENT""; ""1. Introduction""; ""2. Background""; ""2.1. Role of Pre-Pulse Electron Density""; ""2.2. Engineering the Pre-Pulse Electron Density""; ""3. Operating Characteristics of KE-CVLs""; ""3.1. Output Power and Efficiency""; ""3.2. Pulse Rate Scaling of KE-CVLS""; ""3.3. Specific Average-Output Power Scaling""; ""3.4. Temporal Characteristics of KE-CVL Output""
""3.5. Spatial Characteristics of KE-CVL Output""""3.6. High Beam Quality Operation of KE-CVLs""; ""4. Diagnostics of Kinetically Enhanced CVLs""; ""4.1. Copper Density Measurement""; ""4.2. Computer Modelling of KE-CVLs""; ""5. Operation of KE-CVLS in Oscillator-Amplifier Configuration""; ""6. High Power UV Generation from KE-CVLs""; ""Acknowledgments""; ""References""; ""MERGING QUANTUM THEORY INTO CLASSICALPHYSICS""; ""Abstract""; ""1. Introduction""; ""2. Comparison of Classical and Quantum Electrodynamics""; ""2.1. Modes of the ElectromagneticWaves""
""2.2. Elementary Light-Matter Interaction in Classical Optics""""2.3. The Classical Zero Point Field""; ""2.4. The Zero Point Field and the Detection of Low Level Light""; ""2.5. Spontaneous Emission and Absorption: Einstein�s Coefficients""; ""2.6. Mechanism of Emission and Absorption of a Photon""; ""2.7. Comparison of Quantum and Classical Electrodynamics""; ""3. Some Properties of Nonlinear Waves: The (3+0)D Solitons""; ""3.1. The Filaments of Light""; ""3.2. Perturbation of a Filament by a Magnetic Nonlinearity""
""4. Tentative Setting of a Classical Theory Including the ImportantQuantum Results""""4.1. Is Matter Made of Electromagnetic (3+0)D Solitons?""; ""4.2. Inserting the Quantum Calculation of Energies into the Classical Theory""; ""5. Conclusion""; ""References""; ""A POSSIBLE SCENARIO FOR VOLUMETRICDISPLAY THROUGH NANOPARTICLE SUSPENSIONS""; ""Abstract""; ""References""; ""STATISTICAL PROPERTIES OF NONLINEARPHASE NOISE""; ""Abstract""; ""1. Introduction""; ""2. Joint Statistics of Nonlinear Phase Noise and Electric Field""; ""2.1. Normalization of Nonlinear Phase Noise""
""2.2. Series Expansion""""2.3. Joint Characteristic Function""; ""3. The Probability Density Function of Nonlinear Phase Noise""; ""4. Some Joint Characteristic Functions""; ""4.1. Joint Characteristic Function of Nonlinear Phase Noise and ReceivedIntensity""; ""4.2. Joint Characteristic Function of Nonlinear Phase Noise and Phase ofAmplifier Noise""; ""5. Error Probability of DPSK Signal""; ""5.1. Phase Distribution""; ""5.2. Error Probability""; ""5.3. Approximation of Independence""; ""5.4. Numerical Results""; ""6. Compensation of Nonlinear Phase Noise""; ""6.1. Linear Compensation""
""6.2. Nonlinear Compensation""
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Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Arkin, William T.
ISBN:
1-61761-951-5
OCLC:
923653238