LaTeX users preparing manuscripts for OSA meetings or conferences should use the new
osameet2.sty style file and should observe the guidelines described here to adhere to OSA requirements. Users of BibTeX may use the
osajnl.bst style file, which is included in this distribution. Comments and questions should be directed to the OSA Technical Papers Department (tel: +1 202.416.6191, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
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