Ronald Driggers, Editor-in-Chief
University of Rochester, Department of Physics & Astronomy, Rochester, New York 14627
The author—who is on leave from Zhejiang U., Hangzhou, China—would like to thank E. Wolf for discussions relating to this manuscript. This research was supported in part by the U.S. Army Research Office.
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Illustrating the behavior of f1(ξ) for TE modes (Ks = Kc = 1)
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Table I Limitations of the Proposed Method
Table II Numerical Results of kf1/2 Obtained from the Proposed Method, Compared with Exact Values and Formula Values given by Ref. 1a
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Limitations of the Proposed Method
Numerical Results of kf1/2 Obtained from the Proposed Method, Compared with Exact Values and Formula Values given by Ref. 1a