Introduction to Photonics by Luecke W.

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Zn − i zn+n , z1 + i zn+1 , . . , zn + i zn+n ) is a power series of the complex variables z1 , . . , z2n that vanishes on R2n . Therefore, it vanishes identically. This suggests that ρˆ may be represented in the form ρˆ = s- lim n→∞ ρn (α1 , . . ,αn | d2 α1 d2 αn ··· π π with suitably chosen functions ρn (α1 , . . , αn ) . 37). ,0 . 34 CHAPTER 1. g. 1 of (L¨ of the Schwartz space S — such that ˆ Tr ρˆ B = lim N →∞ ϕN ℜ(α1 ), ℑ(α1 ), . . 97) ˆ ≤ 1. ˆ ∈ L (Hfield ) with B is uniformly convergent for all B Proof: See (Klauder and Sudarshan, 1968, Section 8-4 B).

24) as the physical one. 3. 28) outside the (spatial) support of ρcr (x, ω) . 5). 5) if ǫ = µ = 1 and σ = 0 . 42 CHAPTER 2. 1 Basic Equations In the following we consider only the case cr = 0 . e. e. 18 s · s = 1. 32) z − (s · z) s ∀ z ∈ C3 . 31), N (ω) s can only be real if Ns (ω) is real. One may show (see (Mills, 1998, p. 12)) that ℜ (Ns (ω)) > 0 =⇒ ω ℑ (Ns (ω)) ≤ 0 . ). 18 We use standard notation: def a·b = 3 aj bj , def a1 e1 + a2 e2 + a3 e3 = a1 e1 + a2 e2 + a3 e3 , j=1 def |a| = √ a·a≥0 ` 1 ´ ` ´ def ` ´ ` ´ ` ´ a e 1 + a 2 e 2 + a 3 e 3 × b1 e 1 + b2 e 2 + b 3 e 3 = a 2 b3 − a 3 b2 e 1 + a 3 b1 − a 1 b3 e 2 + a 1 b2 − a 2 b1 e 3 .

Kν(ω1 , . . , ων ) E =√ 2π k1 (x, ω1 ) . . +ων )t dω1 . . 1. 1). 1 0 for j = k , else . χjk E k . 1. kν(ω1 , . . kν (t1 , . . +ων tν ) dt1 . . kν (ω1 , . . kπˇ (ν) (ωπˇ (1) , . . , ωπˇ (ν) ) . kν(ω1 , . . , ων ) E k1 (x, ω1 ) . . E kν (x, ων ) δ (ω1 + . . + ων − ω) dω1 . . dων . kν(ω1 , . . 9 For the tensor χjk (ω) of the linear susceptibility first order perturbation theory is sufficient. 2 Various Electric Polarization Effects See (R¨omer, 1994, Chapter 5). 10) ↔ Draft, January 2, 2008 7 For a listing of the dependence of the lowest nonlinear susceptibilities on the symmetry classes for crystals see (Brunner and Junge, 1982, Sect.

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