Anderson localization as position-dependent diffusion in disordered waveguides

@article{Payne2010AndersonLA,
  title={Anderson localization as position-dependent diffusion in disordered waveguides},
  author={Ben Payne and Alexey Yamilov and Sergey E. Skipetrov},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2010},
  volume={82},
  pages={024205}
}
We show that the recently developed self-consistent theory of Anderson localization with a positiondependent diffusion coefficient is in quantitative agreement with the supersymmetry approach up to terms of the order of 1 /g 0 with g0 the dimensionless conductance in the absence of interference effects and with large-scale ab initio simulations of the classical wave transport in disordered waveguides, at least for g0 0.5. In the latter case, agreement is found even in the presence of absorption… Expand

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