About Direct Laser Acceleration

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How does this Lawson–Woodward theorem work. I read on the wiki that the particles cannot be accelerated by lasers. But I do see acceleration of electrons with free space. I wonder how this is done.
https://rdcu.be/c0fRw
http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevAccelBeams.19.021303
In addition, I have seen some designs that utilize the center-focusing force in the ion channel to realize the design of short-wavelength undulators, and combine them with plasma accelerators to realize compact free-electron lasers. Can it be achieved in direct laser acceleration, generating a center-pointing focused field as a short-wavelength undulator.
 

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