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Fig.15. The Polygonal Border Profile type that was randomized in the v. 6.5.
Fig.16. Parameters that are dependent on the border function are located on the second tab, named 'Accuracy parameters' (v.6.1).
Fig.17. The third tab, 'Scanning modifiers', is used for scanning of 'Trapezoidal' and 'Sine trapezoidal' profile types in 'Period/Frequency'.
Fig.18. The status information about solving process is displayed in the console while a task is being solved.
Fig.19. Here you can work with textual representation of the results.
Fig.20. If you select the 'Table report' item, you will see a table containing information about orders and some additional controls that are used to customize the table.
Fig.21. The 'Picture' item displays the picture of a grating and the diffraction orders.
Fig.22. This item enables you to represent task’s results in graphic form.
Fig.23. This item provides tools for representing data in tabular form. An example of resulting table is for 'Sawtooth Grating in Conical Mount for the Elliptically Polarized EUV' (v.6.1).
Fig.24. The 'Export full report to XLS' item is used to export full text reports to 'xls' format files.
Fig.25. Refractive Index Editor is a separate part of the PCGrtate®-S(X) software and a tool for working with Refractive Indices Libraries (RILs).
Fig.26. Border Profile Editor is a separate part of PCGrtate®-S(X) software and the tool that enables you to edit the files that contain border profile functions of grooves.
Fig.27. The 'Randomize profile' and 'Randomize profile using correlation length' tools convert a border profile into that of the randomized Polygonal type.
Fig.28. A question how to build a multi-layer lamellar grating model using the 'Resonance' mode (v.6.1) or the 'Penetrating' solver (v.6.5).
Fig.29. The answer how to build the multi-layer lamellar grating using the 'Resonance' mode (v.6.1) or the 'Penetrating' solver (v.6.5).
Fig.30. A multi-boundary grating model with plane gaps between two adjacent corrugated regions can be calculated by both the 'Penetrating' and 'Separating' solvers.
Fig.31. A multi-boundary grating model can be calculated by the Penetrating solver only.
Fig.32. An example of resulting graph is for 'Ruled Spherical Al/Al2O3 Grating for the TM Polarization in the VUV' (v.6.1).
Fig.33. An example of resulting graph is for 'Ruled Spherical Al/Al2O3 Grating for the TM Polarized Spherical Wave-front Radiation in the VUV'(v.6.5).
Fig.34. An example of resulting graph is for 'Blazed Transmission Grating for the NP Polarization in the Visible' (v.6.1 & v.6.5).
Fig.15. A Randomized Polygonal Border Profile
Fig.15. A Randomized Polygonal Border Profile
Fig.16. The Accuracy Parameters Tab in the Border Item of v.6.1
Fig.16. The Accuracy Parameters Tab in the Border Item of v.6.1
Fig.17. The Scanning Modifiers Tab in the Border Item
Fig.17. The Scanning Modifiers Tab in the Border Item
Fig.18. The Console Solver Session Window
Fig.18. The Console Solver Session Window
Fig.19. The Far Field Text Report Item for One Scanning Step
Fig.19. The Far Field Text Report Item for One Scanning Step
Fig.20. The Table Report Item
Fig.20. The Table Report Item
Fig.21. The Picture Item
Fig.21. The Picture Item
Fig.22. The Graphs Item
Fig.22. The Graphs Item
Fig.23. The Tables Item for Grating Example 4 (v.6.1)
Fig.23. The Tables Item for Grating Example 4 (v.6.1)
Fig.24. The Export Full Report to XLS Item
Fig.24. The Export Full Report to XLS Item
Fig.25. The Refractive Index Editor Window
Fig.25. The Refractive Index Editor Window
Fig.26. The Border Profile Editor Window
Fig.26. The Border Profile Editor Window
Fig.27. The Border Profile Editor for Randomization (v.6.5)
Fig.27. The Border Profile Editor for Randomization (v.6.5)
Fig.28. A Question from PCGrates FAQ
Fig.28. A Question from PCGrates FAQ
Fig.29. The answer from PCGrates FAQ
Fig.29. The answer from PCGrates FAQ
Fig.30. A Grating Model with Separated Boundaries
Fig.30. A Grating Model with Separated Boundaries
Fig.31. A Grating Model with Penetrating Boundaries
Fig.31. A Grating Model with Penetrating Boundaries
Fig.32. A Sample Graph for Grating Example 1 (v.6.1)
Fig.32. A Sample Graph for Grating Example 1 (v.6.1)
Fig.33. A Sample Graph for Grating Example 1 (v.6.5)
Fig.33. A Sample Graph for Grating Example 1 (v.6.5)
Fig.34. A Sample Graph for Grating Example 2 (v.6.1 & v.6.5)
Fig.34. A Sample Graph for Grating Example 2 (v.6.1 & v.6.5)

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