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Transparent boundary for the finite-element beam-propagation method

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Abstract

We propose a transparent boundary for the finite-element beam-propagation method to analyze the beam propagation in a finite computational window. In this method, a transparent boundary condition is derived by assuming a beam to be a plane wave in the vicinity of a virtual boundary, which eliminates undesirable reflections from a virtual boundary.

© 1993 Optical Society of America

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