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Mladen Pavicic

Atominstitute of the Austrian Universities, Schüttelstraße 115, A-1020 Wien, Austria; pavicic@ati.ac.at

Department of Mathematics, University of Zagreb, GF, Kaciceva 26, POB-217, HR-10001 Zagreb, Croatia; mpavicic@faust.irb.hr; http://m3k.grad.hr/pavicic

Abstract. A realistic interaction-free resonator which makes use of total reflection and frustrated total reflection is presented. Time evolution and overall losses of the interference in the resonator impose restrictions on the experiment which one can partly overcome by detecting two outputs.

PACS numbers: 03.65.Bz, 42.50.Wm

Keywords: interaction-free resonator, interaction-free time evolution