Advances in Imaging and Electron Physics by Peter W. Hawkes

By Peter W. Hawkes

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T according to pffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffi 1 ð172Þ wðuÞ ¼ Àujcos yj þ i sin y 1 þ u2 ¼ À t2 þ at þ b  wðtÞ 2 with a and b to be determined. The function w(u) now goes over in the quadratic form on the right-hand side. The change of variables also brings the integration curve into the complex t-plane. We now require that the new curve starts at t ¼ 0 and that this corresponds to the beginning of the old curve, u ¼ 0. We then see immediately that b must be b ¼ i sin y: ð173Þ The right-hand side of Eq. (172) now has a saddle point to in the t-plane, which is the solution of w0 ðto Þ ¼ 0.

XVIII. Uniform Asymptotic Approximation The behavior of evanescent waves near the xy-plane follows from Section XV, and the result takes the form as in Eq. (144). The leading term is the total, unsplit ReMk(q), and the series is a Taylor series in |z¯| for a fixed r. ¯ Although this is perfect for numerical computation, it does not indicate how the solution in the xy-plane goes over in the typical O(1/q3/2) behavior oV the xy-plane. In this section, we derive an asymptotic approximation that connects the solution in the xy-plane in a smooth way to the solution oV the xy-plane.

This yields 30 ARNOLDUS Ma ðqÞev ¼   1 X k X ðÀ1Þk ð2‘Þ! ðk À ‘Þ! 2 ‘¼0 1 2‘þ1 j¯zj : ð146Þ Then we change the order of summation and set n ¼ k À ‘ in the summation over k:   1 X 1 X ðÀ1Þnþ‘ ð2‘Þ! ðn þ ‘Þ! 2 j¯zj2‘þ1 ‘¼0 n¼0 Here we recognize the summation over n as the series expansion for the Bessel function J‘ ðrÞ, ¯ which then gives   1 r¯ ‘ 1 X ð2‘Þ! ev Ma ðqÞ ¼ ð148Þ À 2 J‘ ðrÞ ¯ 2¯z j¯zj ‘¼0 ‘! in striking resemblance with Eq. (138). For the other auxiliary functions we obtain along the same lines   1 r¯ ‘ 1 X ð2‘Þ!

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