Comments on Localized and Integral Localized Approximations in Spherical Coordinates
Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy & Radiative Transfer
Localized approximation procedures are efficient ways to evaluate beam shape coefficients of laser beams, and are particularly useful when other methods are ineffective or inefficient. Comments on these procedures are, however, required in order to help researchers make correct decisions concerning their use. This paper has the flavor of a short review and takes the opportunity to attract the attention of the readers to a required refinement of terminology.
Gouesbet, Gerard and Lock, James A., "Comments on Localized and Integral Localized Approximations in Spherical Coordinates" (2016). Physics Faculty Publications. 188.
Gérard Gouesbet and James A. Lock, "Comments on localized and integral localized approximations in spherical coordinates," Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer 179, 132-136 (2016).