## Nonlinear waves in waveguides: with stratification |

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finiteness of the

conditions leads to wave packet dispersion. The linear dispersion could be

described by a superposition of Fourier components. For the solution of the

nonlinear ...

finiteness of the

**spectral**width of the boundary (along x) and of the initialconditions leads to wave packet dispersion. The linear dispersion could be

described by a superposition of Fourier components. For the solution of the

nonlinear ...

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(4.48) where (£i£j)U,k is the

follows from (4.48) and the linear equations for

4.47), which expresses the approximate absence of correlations between

functions ...

(4.48) where (£i£j)U,k is the

**spectral**density of the electric field fluctuations. Itfollows from (4.48) and the linear equations for

**spectral**functions obtained from (4.47), which expresses the approximate absence of correlations between

functions ...

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... 92, 115,138,143 Spatial dispersion 70 Spatial synchronicity 146

densities 120

electromagnetic field functions 82

Strongly ...

... 92, 115,138,143 Spatial dispersion 70 Spatial synchronicity 146

**Spectral**densities 120

**Spectral**densities of acoustic waves 86**Spectral**densities ofelectromagnetic field functions 82

**Spectral**turbulence 89 Spheroidal functions 46Strongly ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

The Discrimination and Interaction | 12 |

Interaction of Modes in an Electromagnetic Field Waveguide | 50 |

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