Сomputational Simulation of the Light Propagation Process through Nonlinear Media
It is known that intensity-dependent phase changes (by temporal self-action effects) and intensity changes (by spatial self-action effects) distort the wavefront of light as it propagates through the medium , therefore one can not propagate images directly through a nonlinear medium  (indirect methods can be used, but they do not allow to measure internal light wave mixing or its dynamics).
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