Anderson Localization as Position-Dependent Diffusion in Disordered Waveguides
Recently developed self-consistent theory of Anderson localization with position-dependent diffusion coefficient is shown to be in quantitative agreement with the results of abinitio simulations of wave transport in disordered waveguides, even in presence of absorption.
B. Payne et al., "Anderson Localization as Position-Dependent Diffusion in Disordered Waveguides," Optics InfoBase Conference Papers, Optical Society of America (OSA), Oct 2010.
Frontiers in Optics (2010: Oct. 24-28, Rochester, NY)
Keywords and Phrases
Ab Initio Simulations; Anderson Localization; Disordered Waveguides; Quantitative Agreement; Wave Transport, Diffusion, Waveguides
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Article - Conference proceedings
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