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## Broad band solitons in a periodic and nonlinear Maxwell system

Venue: | SIAM J. Appl. Dynam. Syst |

Citations: | 2 - 1 self |

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Nonlinear Optics
- Boyd
- 2003
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Citation Context ...near electromagnetic waves in a one-dimensional periodic structure are governed by a nonlinear Maxwell equation: ∂2t ( n2(z)E + χ|E|2E) = ∂2zE. (1.1) Here, χ > 0 is the Kerr nonlinearity coefficient, =-=[3]-=-. We assume a low-contrast, periodic refractive index profile, n(z), with mean n0, given by n(z) = n0 + N(z), n0 > 0, N(z) = N(z + 2pi), 0 < 1; (1.2) n(z) is real-valued; no energy-dissipation has... |

149 |
AUTO: A program for the automatic bifurcation analysis of autonomous systems
- Doedel
- 1981
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Citation Context ...sing a naive continuation algorithm in Matlab, solving with a given value of and using that solution as the initial guess for a larger value of , they were confirmed by our computations using AUTO =-=[7,8]-=-. Though the starting branch may not have an alternating sign structure, sign alternating solutions may still be found at = 1. This makes it challenging to perform numerical continuation with these ... |

98 |
Visible continuum generation in air-silica microstructure optical fibers with anamolous dispersion at 800 nm
- Ranka, Windeler, et al.
- 2000
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Citation Context ...ength scales of many experiments is a negligible effect, [9]. Moreover, there are experimentally realizable regimes in which pulses with spectral content near the zero dispersion point are propagated =-=[15]-=-. In these experiments, a broad band super continuum is generated. The carrier shocking mentioned above is a possible source of such broad band emission. In this paper, we explore, by analytical, asym... |

59 |
Solving ODEs with MATLAB
- Shampine, Gladwell, et al.
- 2003
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Citation Context ...lab’s bvp5c algorithm with absolute tolerance 10−4, relative tolerance 10−8, on the domain [0, 25]. bvp5c is a nonlinear finite difference algorithm for two-point boundary-value problems discussed in =-=[18]-=-. We use the even symmetry of the solutions to impose the boundary condition U ′p(0) = 0, and the artificial boundary condition U ′p(ζmax) + pUp(ζmax) = 0. The results for systems of up to six coupled... |

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Self-induced transparency solitons in nonlinear refractive periodic media,
- Aceves, Wabnitz
- 1989
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Citation Context ...Derivations from the Klein-Fock as well as Gross-Pitaevskii equations have also been obtained; see [13,14,16, 17]. Explicit localized stationary solutions, called gap solitons, for NLCME are given in =-=[1,4]-=- The linear stability of the gap solitons was studied in [5], and a linear, multi-dimensional, analog of NLCME was examined in [2]. However, NLCME is not the correct mathematical description of weakly... |

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Gap solitons,
- Sterke, Sipe
- 1994
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Citation Context ... interest for many years. Early interest arose from the possibility of balancing the band dispersion of the periodic structure with the nonlinearity to form soliton-like structures; see, for example, =-=[6, 10]-=- and references cited therein. While such a heterogeneous medium possesses the same solitonproducing ingredients of dispersion and nonlinearity as found in the well known Korteweg–de Vries (KdV) and n... |

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Nonlinear propagation of light in one-dimensional periodic structures
- Goodman, Weinstein, et al.
- 2002
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Citation Context ...ading order model in numerous contexts. For one-dimensional propagation of electromagnetic waves in nonlinear and periodic media, it was rigorously derived from the anharmonic Maxwell-Lorenz model in =-=[12]-=-. Derivations from the Klein-Fock as well as Gross-Pitaevskii equations have also been obtained; see [13,14,16, 17]. Explicit localized stationary solutions, called gap solitons, for NLCME are given i... |

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Slow Bragg solitons in nonlinear periodic structures
- Christodoulides, Joseph
- 1989
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Citation Context ...Derivations from the Klein-Fock as well as Gross-Pitaevskii equations have also been obtained; see [13,14,16, 17]. Explicit localized stationary solutions, called gap solitons, for NLCME are given in =-=[1,4]-=- The linear stability of the gap solitons was studied in [5], and a linear, multi-dimensional, analog of NLCME was examined in [2]. However, NLCME is not the correct mathematical description of weakly... |

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Block-diagonalization of the symmetric first-order coupled-mode system
- Chugunova, Pelinovsky
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Citation Context ...uations have also been obtained; see [13,14,16, 17]. Explicit localized stationary solutions, called gap solitons, for NLCME are given in [1,4] The linear stability of the gap solitons was studied in =-=[5]-=-, and a linear, multi-dimensional, analog of NLCME was examined in [2]. However, NLCME is not the correct mathematical description of weakly nonlinear and weakly dispersive waves in the nonlinear and ... |

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Justification of the the coupled-mode approximation for a nonlinear elliptic problem with a periodic potential
- Pelinovsky, Schneider
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Citation Context ...near and periodic media, it was rigorously derived from the anharmonic Maxwell-Lorenz model in [12]. Derivations from the Klein-Fock as well as Gross-Pitaevskii equations have also been obtained; see =-=[13,14,16, 17]-=-. Explicit localized stationary solutions, called gap solitons, for NLCME are given in [1,4] The linear stability of the gap solitons was studied in [5], and a linear, multi-dimensional, analog of NLC... |

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Nonlinear Photonic Crystals,
- Slusher, Eggleton
- 2003
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Citation Context ... interest for many years. Early interest arose from the possibility of balancing the band dispersion of the periodic structure with the nonlinearity to form soliton-like structures; see, for example, =-=[6, 10]-=- and references cited therein. While such a heterogeneous medium possesses the same solitonproducing ingredients of dispersion and nonlinearity as found in the well known Korteweg–de Vries (KdV) and n... |

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Nonlinear coupled mode dynamics in hyperbolic and parabolic periodically structured spatially extended systems. Asymptotic Analysis 2001
- Schneider, Uecker
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Citation Context ...near and periodic media, it was rigorously derived from the anharmonic Maxwell-Lorenz model in [12]. Derivations from the Klein-Fock as well as Gross-Pitaevskii equations have also been obtained; see =-=[13,14,16, 17]-=-. Explicit localized stationary solutions, called gap solitons, for NLCME are given in [1,4] The linear stability of the gap solitons was studied in [5], and a linear, multi-dimensional, analog of NLC... |

15 | Modeling of wave resonances in low-contrast photonic crystals
- Agueev, Pelinovsky
- 2005
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Citation Context ...d stationary solutions, called gap solitons, for NLCME are given in [1,4] The linear stability of the gap solitons was studied in [5], and a linear, multi-dimensional, analog of NLCME was examined in =-=[2]-=-. However, NLCME is not the correct mathematical description of weakly nonlinear and weakly dispersive waves in the nonlinear and periodic Maxwell equation (1.1), (1.2). The deficiency of the NLCME sy... |

15 | Stopping light on a defect
- Goodman, Slusher, et al.
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Citation Context ...in periodic optical fiber gratings. Such states have been shown to propagate at a fraction of the speed of light and have been proposed in schemes for optical storage and buffering; see, for example, =-=[11]-=-. In the simplest setting, nonlinear electromagnetic waves in a one-dimensional periodic structure are governed by a nonlinear Maxwell equation: ∂2t ( n2(z)E + χ|E|2E) = ∂2zE. (1.1) Here, χ > 0 is the... |

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Existence and stability of modulating pulse solutions in Maxwell's equations describing nonlinear optics
- Schneider, Uecker
- 2003
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Citation Context ...near and periodic media, it was rigorously derived from the anharmonic Maxwell-Lorenz model in [12]. Derivations from the Klein-Fock as well as Gross-Pitaevskii equations have also been obtained; see =-=[13,14,16, 17]-=-. Explicit localized stationary solutions, called gap solitons, for NLCME are given in [1,4] The linear stability of the gap solitons was studied in [5], and a linear, multi-dimensional, analog of NLC... |

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Nonlinear propagation in superstructure bragg gratings
- Eggleton, Sterke, et al.
- 1996
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Citation Context ...ersion which, as in the anharmonic Maxwell-Lorentz model [12], takes off resonance the higher harmonics. However, chromatic dispersion on the length scales of many experiments is a negligible effect, =-=[9]-=-. Moreover, there are experimentally realizable regimes in which pulses with spectral content near the zero dispersion point are propagated [15]. In these experiments, a broad band super continuum is ... |

2 | Moving gap solitons in periodic potentials
- Pelinovsky, Schneider
- 1739
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Gap solitons in a medium with third-harmonic generation
- Tasgal, Band, et al.
- 2005
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Citation Context ... Numerically Computed Gap Solitons Using our observations from the Rayleigh-Ritz approximation, we are motivated to solve the xNLS, (3.32), directly for existence of the gap solitons. We note that in =-=[20]-=-, the authors explored the related problem of broad band solitons of xNLCME truncated to two modes. 24 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 γ h̃1 h̃2 h̃3 h̃4 h̃5 h̃6 Figure 4: Two–param... |

1 | Coherent structures and carrier shocks in the nonlinear maxwell equations
- Simpson, Weinstein
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Citation Context ...t, other models, such as the aforementioned anharmonic Maxwell-Lorenz system and the Gross-Pitaevskii equation, remain dispersive in the = 0 limit; this precludes infinitely many resonant modes. In =-=[19]-=-, nonlocal equations derived from nonlinear geometrical optics and an equivalent system of infinitely many coupled PDEs, which take into account the infinitely many resonances, were systematically stu... |