Half Wave Plate Program is a handy, Java based tool designed to displays the effect of a half wave plate on an incident electromagnetic wave.
The default electromagnetic wave is plane polarized but this polarization can be changed by specifying the components of the wave’s Jones vector using the input fields. The slider can be used to rotate the half wave plate to change its orientation.







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The HPP Toolbox repository contains a graphical Half Wave Plate Program written in Java for use with sun.reflect.ReflectionTools.
The HPP Toolbox repository also contains a set of Java examples demonstrating the use of the HPP Toolbox.


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Displays the effect of a half wave plate on an incident electromagnetic wave.

Hence, if you want to see how the electric field direction is affected, you simply need to see the rotation about this new x-axis. However, we are not allowed to mix up the different axes, you are supposed to have only one axis of rotation. Also, it’s almost impossible to watch the direction of the wave electric field when you have a rotation of the electric field on a 90° angle (0° and 180°), hence I wrote my own implementation of this effect (using a rotation matrix) and this program is only able to plot the fields in terms of the rotated fields (always the rotated x-axis).
To plot the electric field’s direction (H component of the wave’s Jones vector), the user can enter the angle of rotation on the QH plane (which is the incident plane in terms of the x-axis).
The program can plot the two electric field directions (x and y-axis) related to the direction of rotation.

I have been using this program to make a simple 2-slits experiment.
The user can set the angle of rotation on the QH plane, the distance of one slit to the origin and the position of the second slit (in terms of wavelength).
The screen is divided into two regions, one for the reflected wave and the other for the transmitted wave, it is so because only a reflected and a transmitted wave can be easily observed (see explanation below).

The arrows represent the incident light, while the black lines represent the reflected and the transmitted light. The graph is repeated twice, once for the reflected wave and once for the transmitted wave because the reflected and the transmitted waves can have different directions (x and y-axis respectively).
Let’s see it on the graph, the incident electric field is x-axis-oriented and the angle of rotation on QH plane is 45°:

On the transmitted electric field, everything remains the same except that the angle of rotation is -45°. Also, the angle on the QH plane of the reflected electric field differs from the transmitted one (it is 45° instead of -45°):

Half Wave Plate Program Cracked Version Input Field Description:
The slider allows to specify the azimuth and elevation (xy plane) of the half wave plate, which is named the QH plane (in terms of the x-axis).
x is the horizontal position of the half wave

Half Wave Plate Program

Version 1.5 (June 17, 2014)
License: GNU Public License
Version 1.3 (April 25, 2012)
License: GNU Public License

External links
Half Wave Plate Program official website

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package org.apache.hama.bsp;

import org.apache.hama.bsp.Partitioner.Partition;
import org.apache.hama.bsp.portable.PortableBSPUtils;
import org.apache.hama.bsp.portable.PortableDefaultPartitioner;
import org.apache.hama.bsp.portable.PortableParallelism;

import java.io.IOException;
import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.util.Arrays;
import java.util.Collection;
import java.util.List;

* @since 0.6.0
public class PortableBSPUtilsTest extends BSPUtilsTest {

protected BSPPortablePortablePartitioner partitioner() {
return PortableBSPUtils.getPortablePartitioner();

protected BSPPortablePortable

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This program is intended for use as a Java applet.
JFrame Form
The program is in the form of a Java JFrame which provides a central display area with sliders for the orientation of the half wave plate and for the input fields. The input fields are intended to allow for individualized wave plates with adjustable orientation components. This is accomplished in the code by specifying the current wave plate orientation as a Jones Vector, and then by specifying the components of the wave plate’s Jones Vector as specified by the input fields.
The program’s operation is as follows:
1. The program displays the properties of a specified wave plate by displaying its effect on a beam of light.
2. The program allows the user to rotate the half wave plate by moving the sliders around its periphery.
3. The program allows the user to set the orientation of the wave plate by specifying the components of the wave plate’s Jones Vector. This functionality is based on the graphical textbox components introduced by this program (see the code comments for more information).

3D Beam Path Samples:

4. The program displays its status and exits.

6. The program is run in a non-GUI environment.

Sample Run
The following sample output demonstrates the basic usage of the program in a JFrame form.

Half Wave Plate Program Examples:
Half Wave Plate Program Screen Shot


If you want to calculate the direction of the polarization vector at a position in the medium, where the optical properties change, you need to compute the beam direction at the medium’s boundary surfaces. In your case, the boundary surfaces are the incident and the transmitted surfaces. For every boundary surface the transmitted waves have certain angle dependent amplitudes and phase differences. The phase differences define the transmission direction, i.e. the direction of the polarization vector.
The short ray-tracing equations to compute these transmission directions at an arbitrary plane can be found in a paper on finite-difference time-domain methods for calculating the propagation of polarized light through polarizers and thin-film chiral coatings (Li, Zhuang, and Cipolla. “Ray tracing in complex space: Modelling optical phenomena in polarizable media.” Optics Express 19 (2011): 10335-10424). A similar approach can be used to calculate the transmission direction for a thin-film superlattice with a changing angle of incidence.


System Requirements:

We’ve tested the following build on the following systems:
– Intel i3
– Intel i5
– Intel i7
– AMD Ryzen 3
– AMD Ryzen 5
– Nvidia GTX 1070
– Nvidia GTX 1080
– Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti
Intel i3 (4.5 GHz)
– Intel i5 (4.4 GHz)
– Intel i7 (4.3 GHz)
– AMD Ryzen 3 (3.4 GHz)
– AMD Ryzen 5 (3