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Linear PolarDisplay Signal Analyzer
"... Experimental evaluation of a linear polardisplay signal analyzer. ..."
Rotation of Linear Polarization Plane and Circular
, 802
"... Abstract. We show that a time evolving pseudoscalar field coupled to the electromagnetic tensor generates circular polarization and does not only rotate the plane of linear polarization. We compute analytically and numerically the propagation of the Stokes parameters from the last scattering surfac ..."
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Abstract. We show that a time evolving pseudoscalar field coupled to the electromagnetic tensor generates circular polarization and does not only rotate the plane of linear polarization. We compute analytically and numerically the propagation of the Stokes parameters from the last scattering
Triplet production by linearly polarized photons
 Physical Review A  Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics
"... Abstract The process of electronpositron pair production by linearly polarized photons is used as a polarimeter to perform mobile measurement of linear photon polarization. In the limit of high photon energies, ω, the distributions of the recoilelectron momentum and azimuthal angle do not depend ..."
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Abstract The process of electronpositron pair production by linearly polarized photons is used as a polarimeter to perform mobile measurement of linear photon polarization. In the limit of high photon energies, ω, the distributions of the recoilelectron momentum and azimuthal angle do not depend
Triplet Production by Linearly Polarized Photons
, 1999
"... The process of electronpositron pair production by linearly polarized photons is used as a polarimeter to perform mobile measurement of linear photon polarization. In the limit of high photon energies, ω, the distributions of the recoilelectron momentum and azimuthal angle do not depend on the pho ..."
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The process of electronpositron pair production by linearly polarized photons is used as a polarimeter to perform mobile measurement of linear photon polarization. In the limit of high photon energies, ω, the distributions of the recoilelectron momentum and azimuthal angle do not depend
LINEAR POLARIZATION CONSTANT OF R n
, 2006
"... Abstract. The present work contributes to the determination of the nth linear polarization constant cn(H) of an ndimensional real Hilbert space H. We provide some new lower bounds on the value of sup ‖y‖=1  〈x1, y 〉 · · · 〈xn, y 〉 , where x1,...,xn are unit vectors in H. In particular, the re ..."
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Abstract. The present work contributes to the determination of the nth linear polarization constant cn(H) of an ndimensional real Hilbert space H. We provide some new lower bounds on the value of sup ‖y‖=1  〈x1, y 〉 · · · 〈xn, y 〉 , where x1,...,xn are unit vectors in H. In particular
Standard stars for linear polarization observed with
, 2006
"... Abstract. We present the analysis of the observations of standard stars for linear polarization obtained from 1999 to 2005 within the context of the calibration plan of the FORS1 instrument of the ESO VLT. We have considered observations carried out both in imaging polarimetric and in spectropolarim ..."
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Abstract. We present the analysis of the observations of standard stars for linear polarization obtained from 1999 to 2005 within the context of the calibration plan of the FORS1 instrument of the ESO VLT. We have considered observations carried out both in imaging polarimetric
ON THE REAL LINEAR POLARIZATION CONSTANT PROBLEM
, 2006
"... The present paper deals with lower bounds for the norm of products of linear forms. It has been proved by J. AriasdeReyna [2], that the socalled nth linear polarization constant cn(Cn) is nn/2, for arbitrary n ∈ N. The same value for cn(Rn) is only conjectured. In a recent work A. Pappas and S. ..."
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The present paper deals with lower bounds for the norm of products of linear forms. It has been proved by J. AriasdeReyna [2], that the socalled nth linear polarization constant cn(Cn) is nn/2, for arbitrary n ∈ N. The same value for cn(Rn) is only conjectured. In a recent work A. Pappas and S
Photoproduction of Mesons with Linearly Polarized Photons
, 1997
"... We propose to measure the reaction ~ + p! p + with! K + K, in the photon energy range of 1:9 <E < 2:2 GeV by tagging the incident photon energy and detecting the nalstate proton in coincidence with the decay K + in the CLAS detector. The photons will be produced by coherent bremsstrahlung fro ..."
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independent, real functions of which 11 are measureable. The use of a linearly polarized beam of photons will allow for the extraction of nine of these functions by measuring the angular distributions of the decaykaons for eachvalue of the 4momentum transfer squared (t). The maximum value of t is,2:0 (Ge
Studies of Galactic Linear Polarization with the VLA
"... This contribution describes a project we have underway to study the Galactic nonthermal background using the Very Large Array telescope of the NRAO 1 . The goal is to measure the spatial power spectrum of the Stokes Q and U emission in fields selected from the Effelsburg survey of Junkes, Furst, ..."
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, and Reich (1987) to have linear polarization with no corresponding discrete sources. In order to measure the spatial power spectrum accurately we had to develop a new procedure for removing the leakage of Stokes I into the Stokes Q and U data. After removing this confusion we measure a relatively flat
Linear Polarizer Principles Fig. 11
"... Regardless of input polarization, a linear polarizer transmits only linearly polarized light. Ideal linear polarizers allow the transmission of only one polarization state with zero leakage of all other polarization states. Rotating the linear polarizer about the optical axis changes the output plan ..."
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Regardless of input polarization, a linear polarizer transmits only linearly polarized light. Ideal linear polarizers allow the transmission of only one polarization state with zero leakage of all other polarization states. Rotating the linear polarizer about the optical axis changes the output
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