Time-domain Optics of Ultrashort Waveforms by A. B. Shvartsburg

Time-domain Optics of Ultrashort Waveforms

byA. B. Shvartsburg

Hardcover | April 30, 1999

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Time domain transient electrodynamics of dispersive and glossy media form the subject of this book. This topic is associated with the unusual interactions between ultra-short transient signals and these media. Techniques based on such interactions find use in materials analysis, fractalcommunication, and energy transfer through dispersive and absorbing media, Traditional analytical techniques (Fourier based) break down in the extreme conditions encountered in these situations; Shvartsburg gives here other successful techniques and methods to allow scientists to analyse and modelthis behaviour.

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A. B. Shvartsburg is at Central Design Bureau for Unique Instrumentation, Moscow.
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Title:Time-domain Optics of Ultrashort WaveformsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:200 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.67 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

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Table of Contents

1. Fundamentals of optics of broadband harmonic pulses2. Time-domain electrodynamics of continuous media3. Time-domain optics of transients in dispersive and absorbing mediaAppendicesReferencesIndex

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Time-domain transient electrodynamics of dispersive and lossy media form the subject of this book. This topic is associated with the unusual interactions between ultrashort transient signals and these media. Techniques based on such interactions find use in materials analysis, fractal communication, and energy transfer through dispersive and absorbing media.