## 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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As follows from the results of calculations ,

is the change of transfer constant of the optical fiber sector containing the bend

upon change of wavelength . The type of dependence is determined by the glass

...

As follows from the results of calculations ,

**given**below in Fig . 1 , 2 , 4 - 6 , thereis the change of transfer constant of the optical fiber sector containing the bend

upon change of wavelength . The type of dependence is determined by the glass

...

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The example of such construction is

optical waveguide In this case , constant component grows as well , and , if

necessary , it is possible to use the waveguide - optical amplifiers on erbium -

doped ...

The example of such construction is

**given**in Fig . 3 . Figure 3 - Construction ofoptical waveguide In this case , constant component grows as well , and , if

necessary , it is possible to use the waveguide - optical amplifiers on erbium -

doped ...

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Gas diffusion through glass wall decreases gas mole number inside the bubble ,

which is

is the Avogadro ' s number , and J is the gas diffusion density that is

Gas diffusion through glass wall decreases gas mole number inside the bubble ,

which is

**given**by : dn - JA dt N ( 3 ) where A is the bubble inner surface area , N ,is the Avogadro ' s number , and J is the gas diffusion density that is

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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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