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The Sagnac effect: correct and incorrect explanations
Different explanations for the Sagnac effect are discussed. It is shown that this effect is a consequence of the relativistic law of velocity composition and that it can also be explained adequatelyExpand
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Thomas precession: correct and incorrect solutions
A wealth of different expressions for the frequency of the Thomas precession (TP) can be found in the literature, with the consequence that this issue has been discussed over a long period of time.Expand
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The Extracellular Matrix and Biocompatible Materials in Glioblastoma Treatment
During cancer genesis, the extracellular matrix (ECM) in the human brain undergoes important transformations, starting to resemble embryonic brain cell milieu with a much denser structure. However,Expand
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Use of the poincare sphere in polarization optics and classical and quantum mechanics. Review
The method of the Poincaré sphere, which was proposed by Henri Poincaré in 1891–1892, is a convenient approach to represent polarized light. This method is graphical: each point on the sphereExpand
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Geometric phases in singlemode fiber lightguides and fiber ring interferometers
We consider various geometric phases (GPs) in singlemode fiber lightguides (SMFs) and in fiber ring interferometers (FRIs): the Pancharatnam phase stemming from the cyclic evolution of theExpand
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Coupling between elliptic screw polarization modes in single-mode optical waveguides with linear birefringence and regular twist of anisotropy axes in the presence of random axis twist
An analysis is made of single-mode fiber optical waveguides with linear birefringence and regular twist of anisotropy axes in the presence of random twist, which shows that, in this case, theExpand
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Superluminal motion (review)
Prior to the development of Special Relativity, no restrictions were imposed on the velocity of the motion of particles and material bodies, as well as on energy transfer and signal propagation. AtExpand
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Random Groups in the Optical Waveguides Theory
Abstract We propose a new approach to the mathematical description of light propagation in a single-mode fiber light-guide (SMFLG) with random inhomogeneities. We investigate statistics of complexExpand
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The asymptotics of the polarization degree of non-monochromatic radiation travelling in fibre lightguides with random inhomogeneities
The paper is devoted to an analytical study of the degree of polarization of non-monochromatic radiation propagating in a fibre lightguide with random inhomogeneities at an infinite increase in theExpand
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