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Photorefractive Nonlinear Optics

  • Jack Feinberg (a1)


Photorefractive crystals are great for image processing, beam amplification, and phase conjugation. I will describe these and a number of other new applications of photorefractive crystals. I will also show how light beams in these crystals are like politicians: if given the chance they will always choose the path that maximizes their own gain.



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