Geometrical Spinoptics and the Optical Hall Effect

Abstract : Geometrical optics is extended so as to provide a model for spinning light rays via the coadjoint orbits of the Euclidean group characterized by color and spin. This leads to a theory of ``geometrical spinoptics'' in refractive media. Symplectic scattering yields generalized Snell-Descartes laws that include the recently discovered optical Hall effect.
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Christian Duval, Zalan Horvath, Peter Horvathy. Geometrical Spinoptics and the Optical Hall Effect. Journal of Geometry and Physics, Elsevier, 2007, 57. ⟨hal-00008769v3⟩

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