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题名: AN INVERSE PROBLEM IN NONLINEAR OPTICS
作者: ZHANG, P
刊名: APPLIED MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTATION
出版日期: 1993
卷号: 56, 期号:1, 页码:59-70
学科分类: Physics
通讯作者: ZHANG, P , CHINESE ACAD SCI,INST THEORET PHYS,POB 2735,BEIJING,PEOPLES R CHINA.
部门归属: UNIV ESSEX,DEPT PHYS,COLCHESTER CO4 3SQ,ESSEX,ENGLAND
英文摘要: In nonlinear optics, the electromagnetic field in semi-infinite medium is often described by the equation partial derivative 2/partial derivative z2 E(z, t) - 1/c2 partial derivative 2/partial derivative t2(epsilon(z)E(z, t) + 4pialpha\E(z, t)\2 E(z, t)) = 0. In this paper, we discuss its inverse problem of a nonharmonic electromagnetic wave acting on the surface of the medium from the mathematical physics point of view. A method to solve the epsilon(z) inversely is proposed.
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URI标识: http://ir.itp.ac.cn/handle/311006/12033
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ZHANG, P. AN INVERSE PROBLEM IN NONLINEAR OPTICS[J]. APPLIED MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTATION,1993,56(1):59-70.
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