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    • Characteristic equations for the lasing Modes of infinite periodic chain of quantum wires 

      Byelobrov, V. O.; Benson, T. M.; Altıntaş, Ayhan; Nosich, A.I. (IEEE, 2008-06)
      In this paper, we study the lasing modes of a periodic open optical resonator. The resonator is an infinite chain of active circular cylindrical quantum wires standing in tree space. Characteristic equations for the ...
    • EFIE and MFIE, why the difference? 

      Chew W.C.; Davis, C. P.; Warnick, K. F.; Nie, Z. P.; Hu, J.; Yan, S.; Gürel, Levent (IEEE, 2008-07)
      EFIE (electric field integral equation) suffers from internal resonance, and the remedy is to use MFIE (magnetic field integral equation) to come up with a CFIE (combined field integral equation) to remove the internal ...
    • Fractional Fourier transform as a tool for analyzing beam propagation and spherical mirror resonators 

      Özaktaş, Haldun M.; Mendlovic, D. (Optical Society of America, 1994)
      The complex amplitude distributions on two spherical reference surfaces of given curvature and spacing are simply related by a fractional Fourier transform. The order of the fractional Fourier transform is proportional to ...
    • Random walks on symmethric spaces and inequalities for matrix spectra 

      Klyachko, A. (ElsevierElsevier Inc., 2000-11-01)
      Using harmonic analysis on symmetric spaces we reduce the singular spectral problem for products of matrices to the recently solved spectral problem for sums of Hermitian matrices. This proves R.C. Thompson’s conjecture ...
    • Random walks on symmetric spaces and inequalities for matrix spectra 

      Klyachko, A.A. (2000)
      Using harmonic analysis on symmetric spaces we reduce the singular spectral problem for products of matrices to the recently solved spectral problem for sums of Hermitian matrices. This proves R.C. Thompson's conjecture ...