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By Peter W. Hawkes (Ed.)

Advances in Imaging and Electron Physics merges long-running serials--Advances in Electronics and Electron Physics and Advances in Optical & Electron Microscopy . The sequence good points prolonged articles at the physics of electron units (especially semiconductor devices), particle optics at low and high energies, microlithography, photograph technology and electronic picture processing, electromagnetic wave propagation, electron microscopy, and the computing tools utilized in some of these domain names.

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11. C) but since the field practically vanishes outside the wavepacket region, they also apply for the paraxial + FIGURE 11. A pulsed beam (85). , waist at z = 0)and collimation distance U R . f is given by (93) with normalized pukelength C T o / ( Y R = t = 5 . Observation times: (a) c t / ( Y R = 1/3; (b) C t / a R = 3. The plots W v) depict axial cross-sectional cuts through the rotationally symmetric 3D-space at specified observatio? The wavepacket is localized &Re u (r, t ) . The insets depict the pulse within the space-time window z 2 ct, 1x1 2: 0.

Thus, on the z = 0 plane the isodiffracting time-dependent distribution is given in (90) with ( ~ 1 . 2= O I R . The parameters of this distributions are discussed in connection with (91) [see also (501. Further discussions and illustrative examples are given in [33]. VI. PHASE-SPACE PULSED BEAMANALYSIS FOR "ME-DEPENDENT RADIATION FROM EXTENDED APERTURES As an example for the application of the PBs, we consider here spectral field representations that utilize PBs as basis functions. These representations are the local-spectrum alternatives to the conventional FD and TD representations considered in Sections II and III, which involve Green's functions and plane waves.

2= O I R . The parameters of this distributions are discussed in connection with (91) [see also (501. Further discussions and illustrative examples are given in [33]. VI. PHASE-SPACE PULSED BEAMANALYSIS FOR "ME-DEPENDENT RADIATION FROM EXTENDED APERTURES As an example for the application of the PBs, we consider here spectral field representations that utilize PBs as basis functions. These representations are the local-spectrum alternatives to the conventional FD and TD representations considered in Sections II and III, which involve Green's functions and plane waves.

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