Abstract

An electromagnetic field is localized in one half of a simple cavity by periodic modulation of the dielectric susceptibility. A simple two-scale averaging method is employed to compute the interference effects. An analogy with the localization of electrons in the double well is drawn.

© 1998 Optical Society of America

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