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Distribution of zeros of the S-matrix of chaotic cavities with localized losses and Coherent Perfect Absorption: non-perturbative results.

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Distribution of zeros of the S-matrix of chaotic cavities with localized losses and Coherent Perfect Absorption: non-perturbative results. / Fyodorov, Yan V; Suwunnarat, Suwun ; Kottos, Tsampikos .

In: Journal Of Physics A-Mathematical And Theoretical, Vol. 50, No. 30, 13.06.2017.

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Fyodorov, YV, Suwunnarat, S & Kottos, T 2017, 'Distribution of zeros of the S-matrix of chaotic cavities with localized losses and Coherent Perfect Absorption: non-perturbative results.', Journal Of Physics A-Mathematical And Theoretical, vol. 50, no. 30. https://doi.org/10.1088/1751-8121/aa793a

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Fyodorov, Y. V., Suwunnarat, S., & Kottos, T. (2017). Distribution of zeros of the S-matrix of chaotic cavities with localized losses and Coherent Perfect Absorption: non-perturbative results. Journal Of Physics A-Mathematical And Theoretical, 50(30). https://doi.org/10.1088/1751-8121/aa793a

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Fyodorov YV, Suwunnarat S, Kottos T. Distribution of zeros of the S-matrix of chaotic cavities with localized losses and Coherent Perfect Absorption: non-perturbative results. Journal Of Physics A-Mathematical And Theoretical. 2017 Jun 13;50(30). https://doi.org/10.1088/1751-8121/aa793a

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Fyodorov, Yan V ; Suwunnarat, Suwun ; Kottos, Tsampikos . / Distribution of zeros of the S-matrix of chaotic cavities with localized losses and Coherent Perfect Absorption: non-perturbative results. In: Journal Of Physics A-Mathematical And Theoretical. 2017 ; Vol. 50, No. 30.

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