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  • CLEO/Europe and IQEC 2007 Conference Digest
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  • paper IP1_7

Novel type of one-dimensional discrete vector solitons

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Discrete vector solitons (DVS) are a special class of vector solitons which have been found to exist in discrete media such as, for example, nonlinear waveguide arrays (NWA) [1]. Individual components of such complex structure are unable to form stable localized structures on their own. In this contribution we explore the DVS in NWA with saturable nonlinearity in a special case in which the components of DVS have the same frequency but differ in polarization [2].

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