8 edition of Spatial Solitons (Springer Series in Optical Sciences) found in the catalog.
October 16, 2001
Written in English
|Contributions||Stefano Trillo (Editor), William Torruellas (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||454|
Integrated optical microcircuits are structures based on optical waveguides to confine light and consequently to make it realize operations and functionalities. Consequently, the basic element of any integrated circuit is the waveguide. It is constituted of 3 main spatial regions: the propagating core and the surrounding media, the upper and lower ones. In order to confine light, the Cited by: 2. In a n2 > 0 nonlinear medium (like an optical fiber) working in its negative group-velocity-dispersion (GVD) range, the GVD effect induced temporal broadening of an input short laser pulse can be counterbalanced by the self-phase modulation induced frequency chirping effect. For this reason, at appropriate input power level(s), the special propagation of a pulse-shape stable .
Other types of solitons, such as spatial solitons, are not important in the context of mode-locked lasers. Citation: R. Paschotta, Field Guide to Laser Pulse Generation, . Spatial solitons in soft condensed matter 14 Spatial solitons in systems with PT symmetry 15 6. Concluding remarks 15 Acknowledgments 15 References 15 1. Introduction to optical spatial solitons AQ2 Optical spatial solitons, self-trapped optical beams, have been the subject of intense research in nonlinear optics especially over the.
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The content Spatial Solitons book the book covers a wide spectrum of issues concerning the propagation of spatial solitons, ranging from the most challenging theoretical problems to the most exciting experimental achievements to date." (Andrei Mourachkine, Physicalia, Vol.
38 (4), )Format: Hardcover. The content of the book covers a wide spectrum of issues concerning the propagation of spatial solitons, ranging from the most challenging theoretical problems to the most exciting experimental achievements to date." (Andrei Mourachkine, Physicalia, Vol.
38 (4), ). A pioneer in the field presents the first book on nematicons, spatial optical solitons in nematic liquid crystals Little more than a decade after they were first demonstrated, nematicons have become an important area of research by: About this book Introduction Optical solitons as stable spatial patterns of complex nonlinear systems allow for the control of the diffraction of optical beams.
Spatial Solitons by Trillo, Stefano/ Torruellas, William E. Paperback available at Half Price Books® Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Spatial Solitons by Stefano Trillo, William Torruellas,Springer Berlin Heidelberg edition, paperback.
Therefore, there is a self-trapping propagation of the dark optical signal, which is the formation of an optical spatial dark soliton.
The principles of formation and interaction of spatial solitons can be employed to implement all-optical switching, deflecting, re-addressing, three-dimensional optical Spatial Solitons book, and spatial multiplexing.
The main purpose of this book is to present the rapidly developing field of Spatial Optical Solitons starting from the basic concepts of light self-focusing and self-trapping. It will introduce the fundamental concepts of the theory of nonlinear waves and solitons in non-integrated but physically realistic models of nonlinear optics including their stability and dynamics.
novel spatial solitons in periodic opti cal structures, which include nonlinear localized states of beam propagation with various geometrical and phas e structures in semi-infinite gap. From the reviews of the first edition:"This book is the volume 82 in Springer Series 'Optical Sciences', which includes invited contributions from the majority of world leading experts and pioneers The content of the book covers a wide spectrum of issues concerning the propagation of spatial solitons, ranging from the most challenging theoretical problems to the most exciting.
The described dark solitons, however, are equally well applied to spatial solitons as well, for the case n 2 > 0, where a dark center of the beam causes a slightly lower refractive index than for the illuminated surroundings, hence generating an effective "anti-waveguide" that compensates for the diffraction experianced by the black center.
ISBN: X: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (xx, pages): illustrations: Contents: Introduction to Spatial Solitons / Raymond Y. Chiao --Materials for Spatial Solitons / Barry Luther-Davies and George I. Stegeman --One-Dimensional Spatial Solitons in Kerr Media / Yaron Silberberg and George I.
Stegeman --Photorefractive Spatial Solitons. Photorefractive solitons have raised much interest since the 90's [79, 80], as the photorefractive nonlinearity enables the formation of solitons of multiple spatial dimensions, contrary to Kerr. A pioneer in the field presents the first book on nematicons, spatial optical solitons in nematic liquid crystals Little more than a decade after they were first demonstrated, nematicons have become an important area of research worldwide.
This wide-ranging introduction is the first comprehensive collection of scientific work on optical spatial. This chapter contains a fundamental review of envelope temporal and spatial solitons.
A substantial effort has been made to give an account of both the historical background and the physical concepts. Mathematical detail is given to justify the generic nonlinear equations and guide to the inverse scattering method is by: 1.
This book is the first to provide a thorough overview of optical solitons. The main purpose of this book is to present the rapidly developing field of Spatial Optical Solitons starting from the basic concepts of light self-focusing and self-trapping.
Solitons in physics and solitons in optics are well-established contemporary topics, addressed in a large number of scientific papers and several books. Spatial optical solitons form a specific class, as optics in space is characterized by diffraction rather than dispersion, beam size rather than pulse duration, one or two transverse dimensions rather than one in the temporal domain.
Selected (Most Important) Publications L. Levi, Y. Krivolapov, S. Fishman and M. Segev, Hyper-transport of light and stochastic acceleration by evolving disorder, Nature Physics 8, ().
** See News & Views by M. Peccianti and R. Morandotti, Nature Physics 8, (). The only way to create a (1 + 1) D spatial soliton is to limit the field on the y axis using a dielectric slab, then limiting the field on x using the soliton.
On the other hand, (2 + 1) D spatial solitons are unstable, so any small perturbation (due to noise, for example) can cause the soliton to diffract as a field in a linear medium or to. books [1–5] and review papers [6–9] have been written, both on the theory of solitons and their experimental observation.
We can now classify solitons into temporal solitons in optical ﬁbres , magnetic solitons , photorefractive spatial solitons  and spatial solitons in general.
This book describes both the theoretical and experimental aspects of optical soliton generation, soliton properties and the application of optical solitons to all-optical high-bit-rate communications.
Only temporal optical solitons in fibres are considered.Examples concerning spatial solitons coupled by polarization or by being coupled in separate, identical, planar waveguides are discussed in detail. It is shown that an escape velocity exists and that below this velocity, spatial solitons engage in a periodic interaction, for which the period can be readily by: properties of solitons and the way these can be used in physical applica-tions.
Focusing on optical solitons, both temporal and spatial solitons are presented together with the physical e ects that make them possible. The advantages and di culties regarding soliton based optical communication are Size: 1MB.