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Self-frequency shift of cnoidal waves in a medium with delayed nonlinear response

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Abstract

The influence of a sufficiently nonstationary Raman contribution to nonlinear susceptibility on the dynamics of cnoidal wave propagation in optical fibers is theoretically analyzed. The dependence of the parameter that describes the curvature of the propagation trajectory on the degree of localization of the wave energy is presented.

© 2001 Optical Society of America

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