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Modern Nonlinear Optics, Part 3, 2nd Edition, Volume 119

Modern Nonlinear Optics, Part 3, 2nd Edition, Volume 119




Significant advances have occurred in the field since the previous edition, including advances in light squeezing, single photon optics, phase conjugation, and laser technology. The laser is essentially responsible for nonlinear effects and is extensively used in all branches of science, industry, and medicine.
The Present Status of The Quantum Theory of Light (M. W. Evans andS. Jeffers).

Topological Electromagnetism with Hidden Nonlinearity (Antonio F.Ra?ada and Jose L. Trueba).

Ellipsoids in Holography and Relativity (Nils Abramson).

Astrophysics in the Dark: Mach's Principle Lights the Way (By D. F.Roscoe).

A Semiclassical Model of the Photon Based on Objective Reality andContaining Longitudinal Field Components (Hector A. Munera).

Significance of the Sagnac Effect: Beyond the Contemporary Physics(By Pal R. Molnar and Milan Meszaros).

Non-Abelian Electrodynamics: Progress and Problems (By Lawrence B.Crowell).

Fluctuational Escape and Related Phenomena in Nonlinear OpticalSystems (I. A. Khovanov, D. G. Luchinsky, R. Mannella, and P. V. E.McClintock).

Beltrami Vector Fields in Electrodynamics-a Reason for Reexaminingthe Structural Foundations of Classical Field Physics? (DonaldReed).

Constancy of Velocity of Light and Stochastic Background (SisirRoy).

Energy for the Future: High-Density Charge Clusters (Harold L.Fox).

The Superluminal Theory and Effects (Petar K. Anastasovski andDavid B. Hamilton).

Superluminal Effects and Tachyon Theory (Fabio Cardone and RobertoMignani).

Topological Approaches to Electromagnetism (Terence W.Barrett).