Free-Electron Lasers is a survey work suitable for a free-electron laser course at the graduate level and for workers new to the field coming from laser, accelerator, or other backgrounds. Introduces free-electron lasers and electron accelerators**Contains useful references for basic formulas, which can be a starting point for research
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