## Proceedings of LFNM'...: International Workshop on Laser and Fiber-optical Networks Modeling, Volume 4Kharkiv State University of Radio Electronics, 2002 - Fiber optics |

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The choice of coordinates and the expansion of curl equations result in the

system of Maxwell's finitedifference equations . III . FINITE - DIFFERENCE

The choice of coordinates and the expansion of curl equations result in the

system of Maxwell's finitedifference equations . III . FINITE - DIFFERENCE

**APPROXIMATION**OF MAXWELL'S EQUATIONS For the finite - difference**approximation**of ...Page 315

ENERGY CONSERVATION LAWAT LIGHT PROPAGATION IN

NONABSORBENT DIELECTRIC MEDIUM WITH PERIODICAL VARIATION OF

DIELECTRIC PENETRABILITY AT PARABOLIC

us write the energy ...

ENERGY CONSERVATION LAWAT LIGHT PROPAGATION IN

NONABSORBENT DIELECTRIC MEDIUM WITH PERIODICAL VARIATION OF

DIELECTRIC PENETRABILITY AT PARABOLIC

**APPROXIMATION**First of all letus write the energy ...

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1 then we can evaluate the accuracy of parabolic

meanings ñ . In Fig.3 this difference is shown on the interval of z variation

020mkm for ñ = 0.01 ( thick line ) and ñ = 0.08 ( thin line ) at the following other

parameters ...

1 then we can evaluate the accuracy of parabolic

**approximation**for differentmeanings ñ . In Fig.3 this difference is shown on the interval of z variation

020mkm for ñ = 0.01 ( thick line ) and ñ = 0.08 ( thin line ) at the following other

parameters ...

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### Contents

INV L1 NEW CONCEPT OF MULTIPASS RESONATORS FOR GAS AND | 1 |

L2 WIDEAPERTURE ELECTRODISCHARGE EXCIMER LASERS | 8 |

L4 POSSIBILITY OF HIGHFREQUENCY PULSE DISCHARGE | 17 |

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