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Effects of Propagation, Transverse Mode Coupling and Diffraction on Nonlinear Light Pulse Evolution

  • F. P. Mattar

Abstract

The effective computational methods developed to efficiently tackle transverse and longitudinal reshaping associated with single-stream and two-way propagation effects in cooperative light-matter interactions, using the semi-classical model are described. The mathematical methods are justified on physical grounds. Typical illustrative results of propagation in resonant absorbers, amplifiers and superfluorescence systems are presented.

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Gaussian Beam Polytechnic Institute Field Energy Optical Bistability Forward Wave 
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  1. 1.Aerodynamics LaboratoryPolytechnic Institute of New YorkFarmingdaleUSA

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