## 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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The middle component has a retardation t2 = 180° for central wavelength 2o and

its optical axis is shifted on an angle a2

components . Further development of this construction was obtained in [ 2 , 3 ] for

arbitrary ...

The middle component has a retardation t2 = 180° for central wavelength 2o and

its optical axis is shifted on an angle a2

**relative**to the axes of extremecomponents . Further development of this construction was obtained in [ 2 , 3 ] for

arbitrary ...

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I ,

120 160 200 10 20 30 40 Figure 2 - The dependences of intensity I on exposure

time t . a ) , b ) – the nonfocused and focused beams respectively .

I ,

**relative**1 . 05 units I ,**relative**units a ) 021 / COLLI 0 4 0 50 I , S 00 LLLLLLL 80120 160 200 10 20 30 40 Figure 2 - The dependences of intensity I on exposure

time t . a ) , b ) – the nonfocused and focused beams respectively .

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5 15 b ) Figure 1 - Logarithm of

harmonics Q3 as functions against logarithm of

of the first harmonic A . On the third step we find amplitudes of direct and ...

5 15 b ) Figure 1 - Logarithm of

**relative**amplitudes of the second Q2 and the thirdharmonics Q3 as functions against logarithm of

**relative**amplitudes of direct waveof the first harmonic A . On the third step we find amplitudes of direct and ...

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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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