By Robert A Fisher (ed.)
This e-book seems to be at a time of extreme task in optical section conjugation. We selected to not watch for the maturation of the sector, yet as an alternative to supply this fabric in time to be valuable in its improvement. we've attempted very difficult to explain and interrelate a number of the nonlinear phenomena which are used for optical section conjugation. entrance conceal; Optical section Conjugation; Copyright web page; desk of Contents; participants; Preface; bankruptcy 1. creation; I. what's section Conjugation and What Does It Do?; II. Notation and platforms of devices; III. The Wave Equation and Its relief to the Slowly various Envelope Approximation (SVEA) shape; IV. fabric Nonlinearities and Their Coupling of Optical Waves; V. The Distortion-Undoing homes of a Phase-Conjugate Wave; VI. evaluation fabric on Optical part Conjugation; VII. ancient assessment; References. bankruptcy 2. Optical section Conjugation utilizing Three-Wave and Four-Wave blending through Elastic Photon Scattering in obvious MediaI. advent; II. Theoretical Formalism of Optical part Conjugation in obvious Media; III. Experimental experiences of Optical part Conjugation through Elastic Photon Scattering; IV. end; Acknowledgment; References; bankruptcy three. brief reaction of Kerr-like part Conjugators I. creation; II. The temporary Formalism for cw-Pumped Conjugators; III. Examples of Reshaping in cw-Pumped Conjugators; IV. The Inverse challenge for cw-Pumped Conjugators. V. temporary PumpingVI. Concluding comments; References; bankruptcy four. advancements upon the easy idea of Degenerate Four-Wave blending; I. creation; II. Linearized Equations for DFWM in Isotropic Media; III. Approximate conception for the Direct-Coupled Waves; IV. DFWM with Cross-Coupled Waves; V. problems with the Nonlinear conception; VI. Concluding feedback; References; bankruptcy five. section Conjugation by way of Four-Wave blending in a Waveguide; I. advent; II. idea of Degenerate blending; III. Degenerate Experiments; IV. Nondegenerate Case; V. precis; Acknowledgment; References. bankruptcy 6. Experimental research of Wave-Front Reversai less than encouraged ScatteringI. advent; II. actual Mechanism of WFR-SS; III. Quantitative Experimental strategies; IV. research of Reversed Waves; V. WFR of susceptible signs opposed to the Noise history and Amplification of Uncorrelated Waves; VI. WFR in targeted Beams; VII. WFR for different Mechanisms of Amplification within the box of Nonuniform Pumping; VIII. end; Acknowledgments; References; bankruptcy 7. section Conjugation via inspired Backscattering; I. advent. II. section Conjugation by way of influenced Scattering: ExperimentIII. thought; IV. precis; References; bankruptcy eight. section Conjugation and High-Resoiution Spectroscopy through Resonant Degenerate Four-Wave blending; I. advent; II. Single-Photon Transitions; III. Two-Photon Resonances; IV. Conclusions; Acknowledgments; References; bankruptcy nine. section Conjugation from Nonlinear Photon Echoes; I. advent; II. Photon Echo in a Two-Level method; III. section Conjugation via Photon Echoes; IV. Conjugate Echoes in Gaseous Media; V. end; References
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