By J. A. Arnaud
Beam And Fiber Optics
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The Hamilton equations form an essential part of modern physics because they are more clearly suggestive of the wave nature of massive particles than the Galileo principle of inertia and because they can be generalized to physical continua. Even after Hamilton's contribution, a number of difficulties remained concerning the dynamics of optical-wave packets that have been resolved only during the last ten years. These difficulties will be discussed in some detail. 8 and omit the rest of this section.
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