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  1. J. E. Harvey, C. L. Vernold, A. Krywonos, P. L. Thompson, “Diffracted radiance: a fundamental quantity in nonparaxial scalar diffraction theory,” Appl. Opt. 38, 6469–6481 (1999).
  2. H. F. Davis, Vector Analysis (Allyn and Bacon, Boston, 1961).

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P=B Iθ, ϕdωc=BAs Lθ, ϕ, x, ycos θsdAs sin θdθdϕ.
P=BAs Lθ, ϕ, x, ydAs sin θ cos θdθdϕ=BAs Lα, β, x, ydAsdαdβ.
P=Ac Ecθ, ϕdAc=B r2Ecθ, ϕcos θ sin θ cos θdθdϕ=B r2Ecα, βγdαdβ.
P=Br2|Uα, β; r|2γ2dαdβ=B λ2|U0x, y|2dαdβ.
As Lα, β, x, ydAs=λ2|U0x, y|2.
PTλ2=-- |U0x, y|2dxdy=α=-11β=-(1-α2)1/2(1-α2)1/2 |U0x, y|2dαdβ,