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Optical solitons from fibers to photonic crystals

Auteur : Yuri S Kivshar; Govind P Agrawal
Éditeur: Amsterdam [u.a.] Acad. Press 2003
Édition/format:   Livre électronique : Document : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et tous les formats
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The current research into solitons and their use in fiber optic communications is very important to the future of communications. Since the advent of computer networking and high speed data transmission technology people have been striving to develop faster and more reliable communications media. Optical pulses tend to broaden over relatively short distances due to dispersion, but solitons on the other hand are not
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Type d’ouvrage: Document, Ressource Internet
Type de document: Ressource Internet, Fichier d'ordinateur
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs: Yuri S Kivshar; Govind P Agrawal
ISBN: 9780124105904 0080538096 9780080538099 0124105904
Numéro OCLC: 845657872
Numéro d’acquisition: (OCoLC)647695784 ebr10206395 EBL317023 (OCoLC)476109524 (OCoLC)162129411 EBC317023 (ZDB-22-CAN)265078 (DE-599)GBV616523181
Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index
Chapter 14. Related Concepts.
Description: Online-Ressource (XVI, 540 S)
Contenu: Front Cover; Optical Solitons: From Fibers to Photonic Crystals; Copyright Page; Contents; Preface; Chapter 1. Introduction; 1.1 Historical Background; 1.2 Spatial Optical Solitons; 1.3 Temporal Optical Solitons; 1.4 Solutions of the NLS Equation; 1.5 Solitons of Non-Kerr Media; 1.6 Book Overview; References; Chapter 2. Spatial Solitons; 2.1 Analytical Solutions; 2.2 Soliton Stability and Internal Modes; 2.3 Stability Criterion; 2.4 Embedded Solitons; 2.5 Soliton Collisions; 2.6 Breathers and Soliton Bound States; 2.7 Experimental Results; References; Chapter 3. Temporal Solitons. 3.1 Fiber Solitons3.2 Soliton-Based Communications; 3.3 Loss-Managed Solitons; 3.4 Dispersion-Managed Solitons; 3.5 Perturbation of Solitons; 3.6 Higher-Order Effects; References; Chapter 4. Dark Solitons; 4.1 Kerr Medium; 4.2 Non-Kerr Media; 4.3 Instability-Induced Dynamics; 4.4 Perturbation Theory; 4.5 Temporal Dark Solitons; 4.6 Experimental Results; References; Chapter 5. Bragg Solitons; 5.1 Basic Concepts; 5.2 Photonic Bandgap; 5.3 Modulation Instability; 5.4 Nonlinear Pulse Propagation; 5.5 Nonlinear Switching; References; Chapter 6. Two-Dimensional Solitons. 6.1 Soliton Transverse Instability6.2 Spatial Solitons in a Bulk Medium; 6.3 Experimental Results; 6.4 Soliton Interaction and Spiraling; 6.5 Solitons with Angular Momentum; References; Chapter 7. Spatiotemporal Solitons; 7.1 Spatiotemporal Modulation Instability; 7.2 Optical Bullets and Their Stability; 7.3 Normal-Dispersion Regime; 7.4 Collapse-Arresting Mechanisms; 7.5 Higher-Order Effects; 7.6 Experimental Results; References; Chapter 8. Vortex Solitons; 8.1 Introduction; 8.2 Transverse Instability; 8.3 Properties of Vortex Solitons; 8.4 Aharonov-Bohm Effect. 8.5 Vortex Arrays and Lattices8.6 Ring Dark Solitons; References; Chapter 9. Vector Solitons; 9.1 Incoherently Coupled Solitons; 9.2 Multicomponent Vector Solitons; 9.3 Stability of Vector Solitons; 9.4 Coherently Coupled Solitons; 9.5 Multihump Vector Solitons; 9.6 Two-Dimensional Vector Solitons; 9.7 Transverse Modulation Instability; 9.8 Dark Vector Solitons; References; Chapter 10. Parametric Solitons; 10.1 Parametric Interaction; 10.2 Waveguide Geometry; 10.3 Quadratic Solitons in Bulk Media; 10.4 Multifrequency Parametric Solitons; 10.5 Quasi-Phase Matching; 10.6 Related Concepts.
Responsabilité: Yuri S. Kivshar; Govind P. Agrawal
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The current research into solitons and their use in fiber optic communications is very important to the future of communications. Since the advent of computer networking and high speed data transmission technology people have been striving to develop faster and more reliable communications media. Optical pulses tend to broaden over relatively short distances due to dispersion, but solitons on the other hand are not as susceptible to the effects of dispersion, and although they are subject to losses due to attenuation they can be amplified without being received and re-transmitted. 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. 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. Also, it will summarize a number of important experimental verification of the basic theoretical predictions and concepts covering the observation of self-focusing in the earlier days of nonlinear optics and the most recent experimental results on spatial solitons, vortex solitons, and soliton interaction spiraling. * Introduces the fundamental concepts of the theory of nonlinear waves and solitons through realistic models * Material is based on authors' years of experience actively working in and researching the field * Summarizes the most important experimental verification of the basic theories, predictions and concepts of this ever evolving field from the earliest studies to the most recent

The current research into solitons and their use in fiber optic communications is very important to the future of communications. Since the advent of computer networking and high speed data transmission technology people have been striving to develop faster and more reliable communications media. Optical pulses tend to broaden over relatively short distances due to dispersion, but solitons on the other hand are not as susceptible to the effects of dispersion, and although they are subject to losses due to attenuation they can be amplified without being received and re-transmitted. 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. 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. Also, it will summarize a number of important experimental verification of the basic theoretical predictions and concepts covering the observation of self-focusing in the earlier days of nonlinear optics and the most recent experimental results on spatial solitons, vortex solitons, and soliton interaction & spiraling. * Introduces the fundamental concepts of the theory of nonlinear waves and solitons through realistic models * Material is based on authors' years of experience actively working in and researching the field * Summarizes the most important experimental verification of the basic theories, predictions and concepts of this ever evolving field from the earliest studies to the most recent

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