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by Ursula Wiesemann

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3878083351
Author:
Ursula Wiesemann
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John Benjamins Pub Co (June 1, 1986)
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Wiesemann, Ursula 1986. In: Ursula Wiesemann (e. Pronominal Systems (Continuum 5), 359- 80. T FCbingen: Narr. uk Surrey, GU2 5XH FAX: +44 05 Great Britain phone: +44 00 ext 2849.

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Discussion of other more elaborate systems of number appears below. In: Wiesemann, Ursula (e. Pronominal Systems. Continuum 5). Tübingen: Narr. Grammatical number is a morphological category characterized by the expression of quantity through inflection or agreement. Capell, Arthur, 1971.

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Title: Continuum Models of Discrete Systems

Title: Continuum Models of Discrete Systems.

in the continuum (BIC) is an exception to this conven-. tional wisdom: it lies inside the continuum and coexists. as a hard wall, lattice termination or a PhC with a band-. gap. For example, Fabry–Pérot BICs exist on the surface. of a photonic crystal108 and in a semi-infinite 1D lattice

in the continuum (BIC) is an exception to this conven-. with extended waves, but it remains perfectly confined. without any radiation. BICs are found in a wide range of. material systems through confinement mechanisms that. are fundamentally different from those of conventional. of a photonic crystal108 and in a semi-infinite 1D lattice. with a side-coupled defect, which has been predicted109. and then experimentally realized110 using coupled optical.

Abstract: In spatially periodic Hermitian systems, such as electronic systems in. .

Abstract: In spatially periodic Hermitian systems, such as electronic systems in crystals, the band structure is described by the band theory in terms of the Bloch wave functions, which reproduce energy levels for large systems with open boundaries. In this paper, we establish a generalized Bloch band theory in one-dimensional spatially periodic tight-binding models. We show how to define the Brillouin zone in non-Hermitian systems. From this Brillouin zone, one can calculate continuum bands, which reproduce the band structure in an open chain. As an example, we apply our theory to the non-Hermitian model.