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Eikonal approximation for wave optics. Why follow the unit vector parallel to the Pointing vector?
The description of the passage from wave optics to geometrical optics claims that light rays are the integral curves of a certain vector field (the Pointing vector direction, normalized to 1). Here ...
Feb 26 '13 at 23:41
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