Recent Publications

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61. G. Dubus, B. Kern, Ann Esin, R. E. Rutledge, and C. Martin, “Simultaneous optical and x-ray high-speed photometry of Cyg X-2”, Mon. Not. Roy. Astro. Soc. 347 (2004) 1217-1223.
62. Duane Loh, K. Rodolfa, and Vatche Sahakian, “A note on non-commutative dynamics of spinning D0 branes”, unpublished (2004) NULL.
63. Jean-Yves Bigot, Luca Guidoni, E. Beaurepaire, and Peter N. Saeta, “Femtosecond spectrotemporal magneto-optics”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 93 (2004) 077401.
64. Jean-Yves Bigot, Luca Guidoni, E. Beaurepaire, and Peter N. Saeta, “Femotsecond spectrotemporal magneto-optics”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 93 (2004) 077401.
65. M. T. Glasscoe, A. Donnellan, L. H. Kellogg, and Gregory A. Lyzenga, “Evidence of strain partitioning between the Sierra Madre fault and the Los Angeles Basin, southern California from numerical models”, P. Appl. Geo. 161 (2004) 2343-2357.
66. D. A. Konkowski, Thomas M. Helliwell, and Chris Wieland, “Quantum singularity of Levi-Civita spacetimes”, Class. Quant. Grav. 21 (2004) 265-272.
67. Thomas M. Helliwell, D. A. Konkowski, and Valerie Arndt, “Quantum singularity in quasiregular spacetimes, as indicated by Klein-Gordon, Maxwell, and Dirac fields”, Gen. Rel. Grav. 35 (2003) 79.
68. J. Ye and Theresa W. Lynn, “Applications of optical cavities in modern atomic, molecular, and optical physics”, Adv. Atom. Mol. Opt. Phys. 49 (2003) 1-83.
69. J. Parker, A. Donnellan, Gregory A. Lyzenga, J. Rundle, and T. Tullis, “Performance modeling codes for the QuakeSim problem solving environment”, Comp. Sci. 2659 (2003) 855-862.
70. J. Z. Sanborn, C. Hellings, and Thomas D. Donnelly, “Breakdown of the slowly varying amplitude approximation: generation of backward traveling second harmonic light”, J. Opt. Soc. Am. B 20 (2003) 152-157.