## Nonlinear waves in waveguides: with stratification |

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mathematical simplicity it is useful to adopt the idea of a dispersion relation

branch - the

by the ...

**Subspaces**. of. Waves. 2.2.1 Determination of Wave Type For the sake ofmathematical simplicity it is useful to adopt the idea of a dispersion relation

branch - the

**subspace**of solutions in which the time dependence is determinedby the ...

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We build up a general form for the projection operators to the

with definite values ai and bi. By calculation we state that if / t*i Pi 7. \ Pw = I aw

atfi am , (2.41) \ biai bij3i bm ) then P(i)(A, B, C)T = ^i(l,aj, 6,)T; /i = aiA+ftP+^C.

We build up a general form for the projection operators to the

**subspaces**of (2.40)with definite values ai and bi. By calculation we state that if / t*i Pi 7. \ Pw = I aw

atfi am , (2.41) \ biai bij3i bm ) then P(i)(A, B, C)T = ^i(l,aj, 6,)T; /i = aiA+ftP+^C.

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Projection to the Eigen

equations for the two-dimensional wave disturbance of an exponential

atmosphere lead to the dispersion relation (5.38) with the roots 2 1 c2 (k2 + 1/

4H2) ...

Projection to the Eigen

**Subspaces**for Acoustic and Internal Waves The linearequations for the two-dimensional wave disturbance of an exponential

atmosphere lead to the dispersion relation (5.38) with the roots 2 1 c2 (k2 + 1/

4H2) ...

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Introduction | 1 |

The Discrimination and Interaction | 12 |

Interaction of Modes in an Electromagnetic Field Waveguide | 50 |

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