## 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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Here as the field U ( r ' ) as the Green ' s function G ( r , r ' ) must be solutions of

the Helmholtz

boundary conditions . In optics to study free space scalar beam propagation

usually is ...

Here as the field U ( r ' ) as the Green ' s function G ( r , r ' ) must be solutions of

the Helmholtz

**equation**at the contour of integration and satisfy specifiedboundary conditions . In optics to study free space scalar beam propagation

usually is ...

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Thus , it follows from ( 19 ) 1 TʻWất _ NGT ( 23 ) a 1 + 72N2

assumes a reverse dependance between Y , then the truncation effect , and the

number of Fresnel zones over the truncated wave front for a fixed aperture size b

.

Thus , it follows from ( 19 ) 1 TʻWất _ NGT ( 23 ) a 1 + 72N2

**Equation**( 23 )assumes a reverse dependance between Y , then the truncation effect , and the

number of Fresnel zones over the truncated wave front for a fixed aperture size b

.

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E , ( E ) = 0 , $ e ( 1 , 5 ) ( 3 ) The boundary conditions coincide with

. The solving of

) p ) = _ sin u , 5 , & e [ 0 , 1 ] to exp ( p „ £ ) exp ( - p « 5 ) sin u , 5 , > 1 , 4 , = JV2 ...

E , ( E ) = 0 , $ e ( 1 , 5 ) ( 3 ) The boundary conditions coincide with

**equation**( 2 ). The solving of

**equation**( 3 ) for boundary conditions ( 2 ) is the following : E , ( 5) p ) = _ sin u , 5 , & e [ 0 , 1 ] to exp ( p „ £ ) exp ( - p « 5 ) sin u , 5 , > 1 , 4 , = JV2 ...

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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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