## 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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The Hursts law for any casual sequence can be written down as [ 5 ] ( 2 ) In the

up ...

The Hursts law for any casual sequence can be written down as [ 5 ] ( 2 ) In the

**expression**( 2 ) R - the scope of the saved up rejection X ( t , t ) is defined by the**expression**R ( t ) = maxX ( t , t ) minX ( t , t ) . Istst Isist The**expression**for savedup ...

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The peak output power Pous ( 2 ) of the laser emission on the wavelength 2 ; is

given by

constant ; Tow is the time of useful losses in resonator : Tone = - 2 · L / ( c - In ( R ,

· R ...

The peak output power Pous ( 2 ) of the laser emission on the wavelength 2 ; is

given by

**expression**pom ( 2 , ) = white xq , ( 4 ) , Out Out where h is the Plankconstant ; Tow is the time of useful losses in resonator : Tone = - 2 · L / ( c - In ( R ,

· R ...

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Conditions ( 5 ) - ( 6 ) allow us to simplify the

photon pair annihilation . ... ( 8 ) 2in12 Quantities with caps in

, usually represent scalar products of a four - vector by Dirac matrices y The ...

Conditions ( 5 ) - ( 6 ) allow us to simplify the

**expression**for the amplitude of two -photon pair annihilation . ... ( 8 ) 2in12 Quantities with caps in

**expressions**( 7 - 8 ), usually represent scalar products of a four - vector by Dirac matrices y The ...

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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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