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Gratings: Theory and Numeric Applications

Abstract : The book containes 11 chapters written by an international team of specialist in electromagnetic theory, numerical methods for modelling of light diffraction by periodic structures having one-, two-, or three-dimensional periodicity, and aiming numerous applications in many classical domains like optical engineering, spectroscopy, and optical telecommunications, together with newly born fields such as photonics, plasmonics, photovoltaics, metamaterials studies, cloaking, negative refraction, and super-lensing. Each chapter presents in detail a specific theoretical method aiming to a direct numerical application by university and industrial researchers and engineers.
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Tryfon Antonakakis, Fadi Issam Baida, Abderrahmane Belkhir, Kirill Cherednichenko, Shane Cooper, et al.. Gratings: Theory and Numeric Applications. E. Popov, ed. AMU (PUP), pp.430, 2012, E. Popov, 978-2-8539-9860-4. ⟨hal-00785737v2⟩

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