## LFNM 2003: Proceedings of LFNM 2003 : 5th International Workshop on Laser and Fiber-optical Networks Modeling : Alushta, Crimea, Ukraine, 19-20 September 2003 |

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In the configurations of copropagating solitons shown in the top panel , the two

input beams propagate at

to change sign as 0 crosses the value of 45° ( it is precisely zero at this

In the configurations of copropagating solitons shown in the top panel , the two

input beams propagate at

**angles**of and ... propagation**angles**, except that A hasto change sign as 0 crosses the value of 45° ( it is precisely zero at this

**angle**) .Page 104

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for Cdl2 - 0 . 05 mol . % Cul samples pre - treated in magnetic field at 4 . 2K .

signal compared to one observed shorter polarization period in the magnetic field

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**angle**, degree Figure 1 - The**angle**dependencies of SHGfor Cdl2 - 0 . 05 mol . % Cul samples pre - treated in magnetic field at 4 . 2K .

signal compared to one observed shorter polarization period in the magnetic field

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It is found that the scattered TE - modes give rise to SGs in wide interval of the

development of SGs using patterns of small -

It is found that the scattered TE - modes give rise to SGs in wide interval of the

**angles**of incidence o during irradiation of films ... We judge about an origin anddevelopment of SGs using patterns of small -

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### Contents

LFNM Plenary Sessions | 7 |

Transformation of the Polarization Distribution in the CrossSection of Light Beam by Self | 18 |

Extraction of Spectra and Theresholds from FullWave Lasing Eigenvalue Problems Invited | 19 |

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