## Proceedings of LFNM'...: International Workshop on Laser and Fiber-optical Networks Modeling, Volume 6Institution of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2004 - Fiber optics |

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Hence radiation from broadband sources , such as femtosecond lasers or

thermal sources cannot be efficiently controlled by means of scalar - optics based

diffractive

diffractive ...

Hence radiation from broadband sources , such as femtosecond lasers or

thermal sources cannot be efficiently controlled by means of scalar - optics based

diffractive

**elements**. There exist some special cases in which a combineddiffractive ...

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J . Tervo and J . Turunen , “ Paraxial - domain diffractive

efficiency based on polarization gratings , ” Opt . Lett . , vol . 25 , p . 785 , 2000 . M

. Honkanen , V . Kettunen , J . Tervo , and J . Turunen , “ Fourier array illuminators

...

J . Tervo and J . Turunen , “ Paraxial - domain diffractive

**elements**with 100 %efficiency based on polarization gratings , ” Opt . Lett . , vol . 25 , p . 785 , 2000 . M

. Honkanen , V . Kettunen , J . Tervo , and J . Turunen , “ Fourier array illuminators

...

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Figure 1 demonstrates the series of experimentally determined topological

distribution of Mueller ' s matrix

demonstrates the series of experimentally determined topological distribution of

Mueller ' s ...

Figure 1 demonstrates the series of experimentally determined topological

distribution of Mueller ' s matrix

**elements**of bone tissue samples . Figure 2demonstrates the series of experimentally determined topological distribution of

Mueller ' s ...

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### Contents

L Lasers and Resonators | 11 |

Optically coupled lasers Invited | 11 |

Mathematical models applied to optical and thermal diagnostic of semiconductor | 17 |

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